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The Japanese March continues to prepare the public for the imminent premiere of the next-generation luxury crossover, revealing more and more details. This time she talked about the multimedia system and advanced driver assistants, which are designed to make driving easier in the city and off-road. The premiere of the flagship crossover will take place on March 20 at the International Auto Show in New York.

On the front panel of the QX80, a pair of high-definition displays with a diagonal of 14.3 inches will be installed: one will serve as the instrument panel, the second will serve as a media system screen. Google services will be built into it, including maps and an assistant. The navigator will work in tandem with individual speakers in the headrests: as Infiniti assures, only the driver will hear the sound.

Another feature will be the Front Wide View system. It will use a 170-degree front camera and will help maneuver in narrow streets and garages.

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The Invisible Hood View function is also promised – aka “transparent hood”. For its operation, several external cameras will be used, broadcasting onto the screens an image of what is located directly under the hood. The picture will be complemented by dynamic hints indicating the position of the wheels.

In the new generation, the QX80 will replace the V8 with a twin-turbo six producing 450 horsepower and 698 Nm of torque. The engine will be paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission. In addition, the list of equipment will include Electronic Air Suspension, a biometric cooling system, massage seats and – a first in the segment – a Klipsch audio system with 24 speakers.

The crossover will be designed in the spirit of the QX Monograph show car, presented last summer.

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