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The 2018 Infiniti QX50 has been revealed in a single image ahead of its debut at the Los Angeles motor show next week.
That engine is a 2.0L unit that is created to adjust its compression ratio automatically to optimize power and efficiency to the conditions.
While we might not know how much Infiniti QX50 will cost, we do know that it measures in at 184.8 x 66.1 x 74.9 inches (LxHxW) and that it features a rather large 110.2-inch wheelbase, but this was to be expected since it's an SUV.
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The new Infiniti QX50 has been revealed, complete with a new platform and world's first variable compression ratio petrol engine in a production vehicle. The new body is said to have 23% better torsional rigidity (which should improve handling and refinement) and is also 6% more aerodynamic.
The QX50 will sport Infiniti's first use of its semi-autonomous driving software, dubbed "ProPILOT Assist". The new QX50 looks good and has the luxury you expect from an Infiniti.
The advanced engine produces 200kW and 380Nm, with an average fuel consumption figure of 8.7L/100km in front-wheel drive form and 9.0L/100km in all-wheel drive form. The vehicle is said to feature an all-wheel drive mode which gets from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 6.3 seconds and a front wheel mode that needs 6.7 seconds to get from 0 to 60.
Infiniti says its drivers want to be involved with their vehicle, so the technology will be more "co-pilot" than "autopilot"; it helps the driver control acceleration, braking and steering during single-lane highway driving at the push of a button however Infiniti stressed it "is a step removed from the notion of fully-autonomous "driverless" motoring embraced by some auto makers".