Infiniti QX70

The Infiniti QX70 (until 2013 Infiniti FX) is a sport utility vehicle the Japanese automaker Infiniti is produced in Japan and North America since 2003 and now in its second generation and is available in Europe.

  • 2.1 Specifications

FX S50 2003-2008

Infiniti FX (2003-2005)


The FX35 featured a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 209 kW ( 284 hp), the FX45 with a 4.5 liter V8 engine with 239 kW ( 325 hp).

The 3.5-liter engine was also used in G35 Nissan Murano, the Nissan 350Z and Infiniti. She was honored in the " 10 Best List " by Ward 's Auto World 's every year as one of the top ten engines.

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FX45 (2006-2009)

FX S51 2009-2013 QX70 Since 2013

Infiniti FX30d S ( 2009-2012 )

The second-generation FX is officially available since autumn 2009 also in Germany. The choices are a 3.7- liter V6 and a 5.0 - liter V8 petrol engine and a 3.0 liter diesel engine.

In April 2012, the FX underwent a facelift, the front brought a new grille and a slightly modified bumper with it. The Infiniti FX from the year 2009 reached the Euro NCAP crash test, five stars. 2010, there were a total of 277 new registrations in Germany, after 9 months of 2011 already 481 - significantly more than all other models of the brand together. The end of 2012 brought the Infiniti FX50 limited edition of 50 pieces Vettel edition in honor of the brand representatives and damaligem two - time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel on the market. The engine's power was increased to 319 kW ( 420 hp ) and the body got a special carbon body kit to improve aerodynamics and was lowered by 20 mm. The Infiniti FX50 Vettel Edition is currently the fastest and most powerful Infiniti, which was built for Europe. After Infiniti decided to rename his model program of the FX was the summer of 2013 the QX70.

Infiniti FX50S (2012-2013 )