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New crossover concept hints at future of personal luxury CUV.

Infiniti will return to a four-crossover lineup in the near future, based on our analysis of the dimensions of the company's latest CUV concept.

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Look closely, and it's not hard to picture the next QX70 crossover.

Infiniti's new QX Sport concept shares many of the design hallmarks of the company's current QX70, including a squat greenhouse and short overhangs.

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Infiniti is previewing a new crossover concept called the QX Sport Inspiration, slated to debut later this month at the Beijing Motor Show with styling derived from the Q60 coupe concept.

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As Infiniti continues its attempts at making inroads in the European market, it's showing off a sharper-looking version of its QX70 crossover. Much as it does in the US market, the CUV, formerly known as the FX, is adding an S Design trim.

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UPDATE: Infiniti offers a similar package in North America, introduced on the QX70 3.7 as the Sport Package along with the MY2015 updates rolled out a few months ago.

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QX70 was the only application for the 5.0L, making it a tough sell in the boardroom.

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The Infiniti FX, soon to be renamed QX70 thanks to the Japanese brand's convoluted naming scheme, is currently in the midst of its second-generation. And while we like the compact, sporty crossover's driving character a lot, it lacks the "utility" part of the CUV moniker. That lack of cabin space will be addressed in the future, though.

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With the exception of the G37, customers walking into Infiniti showrooms this summer are going to see a bunch of different names pop up as the automaker switches to its new Q-for-car and QX-for-crossover/SUV naming convention for 2014. The first of these renamed models are the 2014 QX60 (which replaces the JX) starting at $41,550* and the 2014 QX70 (which replaces the FX) priced at $44,950* (*prices do not include $995 for destination), and both are on sale now.

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