Nissan’s luxury brand Infiniti has announced its plans to introduce a facelifted version of the QX80 at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, along with a Juke-based crossover.
Infiniti will be officially introducing a facelifted version of the QX80 and a Juke-based crossover at the upcoming Beijing Motor Show, which will be opening its gates this month. The Infiniti QX80 will be getting a redesigned front fascia, some restyled taillights and a revamped dashboard inside, amongst probably other changes, and it will be joined by two versions of the Q50, out of which one is probably the long wheelbase version, by a QX60 and by a QX70.
Besides the models mentioned above, the Japanese based automaker will be also pulling the wraps off a Nissan Juke-based crossover. The model in question has been shown in a darkened teaser image and the vehicle pictured there has a silhouette similar to the facelifted version of the Juke, which has been recently unveiled. The Infiniti Juke-based crossover and the QX80 facelift will be officially presented to the public during the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, on the 20th of April. More details on them are limited for the moment and will be announced during the Chinese automotive event.