The luxury Japanese brand has announced the impending introduction of the QX70 Limited model during the upcoming New York International Auto Show, with the model reaching dealerships later on this summer.
The new QX70 Limited will be officially introduced during the New York Auto Show this week and this is a special edition that comes in the same vein as the QX80 Limited – owners will get a slightly revised front end with new LED daytime running lights embedded in the front bumper, as well as a new radiator grille that will actually be pervious to all 2017 QX70 models. Moving on, we also noticed the body-color side air vents, dark-finished outside mirror housings, and a stainless steel rear bumper protector. Rounding up the exterior changes is the addition of a set of 21-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels with 265/45 all-season tires.
Inside the cabin the model boasts Graphite and Stone-colored interior decorations, wood trim with aluminum trim on the console and aluminum-trimmed pedals. The most striking addition is the two-tone black-white leather set of seats with cooling and heating options for the front passengers. Under the hood resides a standard 3.7-liter V6 petrol engine with 325-horsepower (239 kilowatts) which has been linked to a seven-speed automatic transmission that sends the power to the rear-wheel or all-wheel drive configurations. The model will be on display this week during the New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) and pricing will be announced closer to the summer dealership launch.