The QX80 Monograph combines luxury with a commanding presence, and demonstrates the high levels of space and utility for which the QX80 production model is renowned. It illustrates how the design of Infiniti’s large SUV could evolve in future. Originating at the automaker’s design studio in Atsugi, Japan, and unveiled for the first time in New York, the QX80 Monograph is the ultimate expression of futuristic luxury SUV design.
The design study hints at a forward-looking new design for Infiniti’s flagship SUV. The concept applies the brand’s latest design language in a sculptural and artistic way, incorporating a mix of geometric and organic shapes to combine power with elegance, creating a commanding and sophisticated presence.
It is a forward-looking interpretation of the QX80’s exterior design, offering the size, utility and luxury appeal expected of cars in this segment.
As the brand’s largest SUV, the QX80 makes an important statement for Nissan’s upmarket division, combining supreme space and utility with luxury and sophistication. Infiniti’s full-size SUV serves as a private jet for the road and meets the uncompromising needs of a target buyer who wants for nothing.
“The QX80 Monograph provides the opportunity to reimagine Infiniti’s signature design DNA on a totally different scale. We sculpted our body pure, straight and horizontal, the muscularity both brute and sensual; part Rodin’s Thinker, part Michelangelo. Infiniti ‘carrozzeria’ used svelte satin copper skin, set off by an ultra-powerful double arch grille with abstract structural mesh, distinctive and focused human eye signature headlamp, and iconic fender vent. Our designers continue to impress by finding new avenues for Infiniti artistry,” said Alfonso Albaisa, senior vice president of Infiniti Global Design.
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