April 23, 2010
Modern Luxury on Grand Scale Will Be Displayed When Infiniti QX56
Debuts at 2010 Beijing International Automobile Exhibition
FX Series Gives Show Visitors a Taste of Crossover
YOKOHAMA (April 23, 2010) - Infiniti will debut the 2011 QX56 luxury full-size SUV at the Beijing International Automobile Exhibition, April 23 to May 2.
The luxury automaker also will feature the 2010 FX sport utility vehicle, EX25 coupe crossover, G37 convertible and G25 premium sport sedan. Essence, the concept car inspired by a single brush stroke, will be displayed as well and is expected to wow show-goers with its stunning design and 600 PS.
Infiniti QX56 is a full-size luxury SUV offering an outstanding combination of refinement, roominess, advanced technology and power. Its sophisticated exterior design and comfortable interior space, with versatile cargo area, will attract an active affluent family, who seeks the full complement of luxury and comfort in life. The car is available with a 441PS 5.6-liter V8 engine and Infiniti All-Mode 4WD system. Among its many features are Intelligent Cruise Control, the Infiniti Mobile Entertainment System and RearView Monitor. With the debut QX56, which launches here in late 2010, the complete lineup of Infiniti products will be available in China.
Also a feature at the Infiniti Pavilion is the 2010 FX series. The performance crossover FX35 and FX50 come with a 431PS 5.0 liter V8 engine or a 332PS 3.5-liter V6 engine and a seven-speed automatic transmission, Advanced Climate Control System, Intelligent Brake Assist with Forward Collision Warning and Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, among other features. All 2010 FX series models now are equipped with Chinese Menu, Real-Time Traffic and Dynamic Route Guidance and Scratch Shield Paint technology.
FX50 is priced at 1,202,000 RMB, and FX35 is priced at 783,000 / 816,000 RMB.
The Infiniti Story
In just three years, Infiniti has made significant advances into the Chinese market by expanding the product lineup and developing its sales and service network. As part of the Infiniti Retail Environment Design Initiative, Infiniti has established 19 dealerships in major cities in most regions across the country and hopes to grow that to more than 30 by the end of 2011.
Infiniti has continued its sales momentum in 2010 with growth of 184 percent in the first quarter over the prior year. Driven by the strong Infiniti product lineup, the company has targeted sales of 10,000 units for the year.