2021 Infiniti QX80 adds tech, gets renamed trim levels and price hike
The Infiniti QX80 is getting more expensive for the 2021 model year, but with that added cost comes a bevy of upgrades made over the last two model years.
For 2020, Infiniti added then-new ProPILOT Assist and Sensory package content, fresh IT system technology, and an available 17-speaker Bose Performance Series Audio system.
The three-row 2021 Infiniti QX80 has revised its trim levels to now include entry-level Luxe, mid-grade Premium Select, and top-tier Sennsory. It will continue to be available in two- and four-wheel drive configurations. The 2WD QX80 will start at $69,050 and the 4WD will be $72,150.
The QX80 Luxe will offer sumptuous appointments and the SUV's signature beefy body style along with a long list of standard technologies including blind spot intervention, lane departure prevention, distance control assist, rear seat belt reminder, adaptive cruise control, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay,
Upgrading to the QX80 Premium Select delivers enhancements previously available in the QX80 Edition 30 including dark chrome and black highlights the QX80's front grille, fender vents, door mirror caps, and rear tailgate strip. The model rides on dark chrome 22-inch forged alloy wheels. Buyers can choose from three interior color schemes: Graphite, Truffle Brown, and Sahara Stone. The Matte Brown accent trim has been revised.
Moving to the QX80 Sensory grade gets buyers quilted semi-aniline leather-appointed seats, Charcoal Burl trim and a new graphite tricot headliner. It too rides on 22-inch forged allow wheels, but this model's have chrome mirror caps. The company's Hydraulic Body Motion Control system is standard in this trim level.
In addition to the grade name and offerings changes, each model comes equipped with the second generation of Infiniti's Smart Rearview Mirror. It now has a wider 9.6-inch display, high resolution camera, and LED flicker mitigation technology.
The 2021 Infiniti QX80 will reach U.S. dealerships this autumn.