Infiniti has just released the fourth teaser image of its upcoming seven-passenger JX crossover, and while the first, second and third images didn't reveal much, this fourth photo shows a clear view at the vehicle's front fascia. Decidedly more svelte than the larger QX, the JX takes styling cues similar to what we see on the M sedan, and that's certainly not a bad thing. The JX striptease will continue into the coming weeks until the crossover is officially revealed as part of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance festivities in mid-August.


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      rgoakland
      • 3 Years Ago
      I think this looks great when taking the other shots into account. Part of the reason I like Infiniti is because their vehicles usually do look different. I think I'm in the minority that thinks the QX looks great.
      axebmw
      • 3 Years Ago
      Looks like a Toyota Highlander to me
      Keith Rogers
      • 3 Years Ago
      I tried so hard to warm up to Infiniti's current design language, but I just cant get into this "marshmallow" look they seem to pride themselves in these days. The G sedan was the last successful styling effort put forth by Infiniti...then the G-coupe came out, which was decidedly softer and more feminine than its predecessor. The look of the current M sedan took the softer styling trend to another level: it really looks to be the antithesis of their luxo-performance ethos that they established earlier this past decade, and looks to be nothing more than a big, bulbous luxo cruiser. The QX and FX, though bizarre and rather polarizing, are far more interesting to look at [IMO] than the dull and sedate M and JX [I've seen enough from the teaser shots and the photographed barely camouflaged prototype to make my assertion about the JX]. Perhaps Infiniti is attempting to appeal to a different demographic (ditching the sport-minded car shopper in favor of the older, conservative, luxury conscious car buyer), which is oddly the polar opposite of what Lexus is attempting to do with their sport infused 2013 GS and next-gen IS. Only time will tell...
      • 3 Years Ago
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        kmanning83
        • 3 Years Ago
        Nice blog. While points #1 & #3 are just a matter of personal taste, I take issue with point #2. Inifinitis have always been Nissans. By that logic you would discount all or most cars sold by Lexus, Acura, Lincoln, Mercury, Cadillac, etc. However, unlike many US-rebadge jobs (I'm looking at you, Mercury), the Nissans you cited (Fuga, Skyline) sell for a premium even in their home market; the price isn't inflated just because of the badge and the US market. Nissan makes some excellent luxury offerings, so give credit where credit is due.
          • 3 Years Ago
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      Master Austin
      • 3 Years Ago
      More of the same really...
      rgoakland
      • 3 Years Ago
      So far I think it looks great. Part of the reason I like Infiniti is because their cars usually do look different...I think I'm in the minority of liking the QX as well.
      ACSRHS
      • 3 Years Ago
      I like it so far. But I agree with others... That D pillar kink would work much better if it were "sharper" per say. Other than that I like it.
      bscmth
      • 3 Years Ago
      From what I can see thus far.... I am not a big fan.
      peakarach1
      • 3 Years Ago
      The new grille look much better but it should have been better.
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