Infiniti just unveiled a striking electric SUV concept with Rolls-Royce-inspired coach doors and a marble interior trim
- Infiniti unveiled its all-new QX Inspiration concept SUV at the 2019 Detroit auto show on Monday.
- According to Nissan's Hong Kong-based luxury offshoot, the stylish concept is designed to give the public a sneak peek at the future of its electric SUV styling.
- The QX Inspiration's most distinctive features include its coach doors and marble center console.
Infiniti unveiled its all-new QX Inspiration concept SUV at the 2019 Detroit auto show on Monday. The stylish all-electric concept is designed to give the public a sneak peek at the future of Infiniti crossover SUV styling.
"The Infiniti QX Inspiration marks the beginning of a new generation of Infiniti cars and establishes a direct blueprint for the brand's first electric vehicle," the automaker's recently-promoted president and chairman Christian Meunier said in a statement. "Based on a new, dedicated electric vehicle architecture and inspired by Infiniti's Japanese DNA, the SUV concept previews a product portfolio which will offer high performance, ultra-low emissions, and range confidence."
Infiniti hasn't released any technical specs for the SUV and that's on purpose. It's the concept's striking sheet metal and its futuristic interior that's on display.
The QX Inspiration's standout features include its Rolls-Royce-style coach doors, which are complemented by a carpet of light emanating from its cabin.
The overall feel of the cabin is meant to mimic that of a lounge.
"Technology is a window into broader horizons, and we want that window to be inviting, welcoming, enticing - staying true to our Japanese roots," Albaisa added.