Over 0,000 for the next Infiniti QX80 – Annual car

Over $100,000 for the next Infiniti QX80 – Annual car

The last redesign of the Infiniti QX80 started in 2011. So we had to wait almost 15 years before we saw a new model. You recognize the general style at first glance. Infiniti has wrapped the model in a more modern presentation with a full-width rear end that uses more than 300 LED lights that cast soft beams of light on the water surface. Retractable door handles contribute to the feeling of minimalism and exotic cleanliness.

An interior worthy of a luxury residence

The QX80 features meticulous craftsmanship, with soft, high-quality materials throughout, including genuine ash veneer trim with laser-etched metal inserts and Optional leather seats with hand-stitch detailing. Available custom ambient lighting in 64 colors, based on four seasons, allows customers to further customize the QX80’s ambiance and appearance to their preferred tone. Two high-resolution screens line the dashboard, one serving as an adjustable meter display and the other as the INFINITI InTouch touchscreen infotainment system. INFINITI comes with Google Built-in for the first time, bringing Google Assistant, Google Maps and other popular apps directly to the car’s screen via Google Play. The INFINITI QX80 also comes with standard wireless Apple CarPlay and, for the first time, wireless Android Auto, keeping you seamlessly connected to the world around you.

Concert hall sound and unexpected friendship

The all-new 2025 INFINITI QX80 is the first vehicle in the luxury full-size SUV segment with Klipsch audio, including an available Klipsch Reference Premiere sound system with 24 speakers, 1,200 watts of power, titanium tweeters and even four speakers. Highline roofed. . It offers exceptional capability, detail and feel throughout the cabin, providing a sense of true luxury for all occupants.

The V8s are gone

As the top SUV in INFINITI’s lineup, the 2025 QX80 offers reliable, capable performance with a 3.5-liter V6 engine, rated at 450 horsepower and 515 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a new 9-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. The electronic air suspension can lower the vehicle by nearly 3 inches when parked for easy cargo loading or easy passenger entry. When you run the electronic air suspension, it lowers 2.1 inches to reduce drag and improve efficiency at high speeds.

Very high price

The all-new 2025 INFINITI QX80 will go on sale later this summer, with Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP). MSRP excludes $2,495 freight and PDI, tax, title, registration and options. The seller sets the actual price.

Version PDSF
ALL WHEEL DRIVE with feel 113 995 $

Benoît Charette

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Benoit Charette / Owner and editor-in-chief Benoit Charette has been working in automotive journalism for 30 years. He is the founder, owner and editor-in-chief of L’Annuel de l’automobile, which he has published since 2001. He edited the RPM and RPM+ episodes on V and Légendes de la route on History. On the radio since 1986, he hosts the program ça tête la route and participates for the second year in the program Passion Auto on RDS as well as putting the official website of L’Annuel de l’automobile online at annualauto.