Infiniti adds interior option for the QX50 SUV inspired in luxury resort hotels

Infiniti adds interior option for the QX50 SUV inspired in luxury resort hotels

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Nissan’s premium brand Infiniti announced it has launched a new interior package for its all-new QX50 SUV. The US$2,000 option called Autograph, is an “on-trend, multi-tone color combination inspired by the look and feel of luxury resort hotels,” said the company in a statement.

"The quest to find the perfect fit of materials, colors, forms and ergonomics have driven our designers and engineers to create the best interior Infiniti has ever produced," said Karim Habib, Executive Design Director. "The unrivaled interior space, carefully curated application of colors, high quality materials and advanced craftsmanship make the cabin as welcoming and comfortable as it is luxurious."

The all-new QX50 interior is finished in supple leathers, tailored stitching and genuine open-pore wood. Where many luxury vehicle interiors use high-gloss wood surfaces, the all-new 2019 QX50 is finished in genuine, matte finish open-pore maple wood, treated to retain its natural characteristics in texture and appearance.

“Running a hand over it, the grain of the wood is still detectable to the touch, demonstrating a high level of craftsmanship to create an authentic, modern and highly tactile dashboard,” said Infiniti.

The Infiniti QX50 is built at the COMPAS (Cooperation Manufacturing Plant Aguascalientes) joint-venture, a facility built in cooperation between Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance.


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