• Jan 11, 2007
Labeled simply "CROSSOVER" this brushstroke profile of an upcoming concept was released by Infiniti today. Actually, Infiniti called this line drawing a "gesture" of a "new luxury crossover concept" that we'll be seeing at the New York International Auto Show in April. Infiniti even promised that the production version of this luxury crossover concept will be in Infiniti showrooms by the end of 2007. Is it a new FX replacement? It actually looks like a Mazda RX-8 to some of us, and definitely not a four-door. Perhaps it's an altogether new model to go head-to-head with all those crossover coupe offerings coming from the Euro luxury car makers like the the BMW X6 or Land Rover Coupe. Perhaps with all of the leaked photos that came out ahead of the Detroit unveilings, this will be the closest we get to seeing what the mystery vehicle really looks like until April in New York.

[Source: Infiniti]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Watch,this "gesture" is gonna turn out to be the long rumored baby FX crossover once known as the CX. (With Mazda using the CX name now I doubt it'll be called that.) The FX is due for a makeover soon though so I can see why some say this might be an FX replacement. My money is on baby FX formerly known as CX. Whatever it turns out to be I'm gonna get a first hand look at it as New York is my hometown.
      • 8 Years Ago
      1. Why does every new "crossover" design look more and more like a hatchback, but no one would dare use that word in America? Why is a lowered fake truck "sporty"?

      Posted at 4:29PM on Jan 11th 2007 by C


      Because of a crossover is a wagon and wagons open up like a hatch. DUH! As far as the rest you asked, just makes you a more obvious "Dit Da Dee" ( in the words of Carlos Mencia).

      You are a "Dit Da Dee"
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      • 8 Years Ago
      What a bunch of wannabe critics. nfiniti has the balls to be a little artistic and a little Japanese and this bunch of whiners goes off on them. I hope it's stunning and they forbid any of you cretins from buying one.

      Get back to selling beer and cigarettes at the 7-11 so you can put gas in your rusted out Cutlasses.
      • 8 Years Ago
      we've got a irritable group here today, I see.

      I like the gesture. Look forward to seeing the actual vehicle before I get as pissed off as the rest of you here.
      • 8 Years Ago
      As if GM's "this could work if we could only harness the power of kitten farts" concept wasn't bad enough, Infiniti has upped the game to slight profiles of a concept. great. erm... profile of a soon to be announced production car? fine. But just a concept? give me a break. CONCEPT. sheesh.
      • 8 Years Ago
      It's very plausible that this is a whole new line, not just a new FX. They've gotta give Infiniti something new - it only makes sense they'd be getting a new line after the dealers made such a hubbub about not getting the Skyline in their showrooms.

      • 8 Years Ago
      Why does every new "crossover" design look more and more like a hatchback, but no one would dare use that word in America? Why is a lowered fake truck "sporty"?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Great.

      Infiniti learns how to draw the silhouette of a Porsche Cayman.
      • 8 Years Ago
      4door coupe is my wager...

      maximus: got a link to any info on that CX?
      • 8 Years Ago
      I think this is the new FX. It looks like it the drawing. It needs a redesign anyway.