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2017 Infiniti QX70 Limited revealed ahead of 2016 New York Auto Show

Nissan’s luxury division is getting ready to introduce the all-new trim level of its QX70 crossover SUV. The vehicle will make its debut at the 2016 New York Auto Show in a few days, but the car manufacturer decided to reveal several photos of the 2017 Infiniti QX70 Limited. Judging by the pictures, we have to say that the company focused to provide a huge level of comfort. Yes, the mid-size crossover looks different from the outside too, but the new interior treatment makes the Limited trim different from the others.

2017 Infiniti QX70 Limited: Interior and Exterior Changes

Inside, the 2017 QX70 Limited gets graphite and diamond-shaped stone colored seats, which also feature standard heating and cooling. There is contrast stitching on the steering wheel and edges of seats, while the cab looks really luxurious with open-pore wood trim and aluminum flake trim. The interior is additionally “spiced” with deep pillow quilting and aluminum-trimmed pedals that complement the excellent impression.

The exterior bodywork is simply amazing. The company managed to create the all-new vehicle by adding just several new things. The 2017 Infiniti QX70 Limited gets a redesigned front end with a new and handsome mesh grille, a two tone bumper that looks to be lowered, as well as strip-styled LED fog lamps. Around back, the SUV seems pretty usual, except there is a “Limited” badge below the “QX70”mark. The luxurious mid-sizer gets really unique treatment with new 21-inch multi spoke aluminum wheels, which are wearing all-season V-rated 265/45 tires. Front fenders and vents are also changed, so instead of the usual black, they are painted in body color.

2017 Infiniti QX70 Limited: Engine and Arrival

However, in contrast to really outstanding exterior and interior changes, the 2017 Infiniti QX70 won’t offer anything new under the hood. Instead, the stylish SUV will continue with the same 3.7-liter V-6 engine that delivers 325 horsepower and send it to rear wheels or optional all-wheel drive system. The Limited gets seven-speed automatic transmission as a sole option.

Infiniti has not yet announced pricing for the new 2017 QX70 Limited, yet we know it will hit the dealerships this summer.