The 2023 INFINITI QX60 should arrive without significant changes, following a heavy redesign for 2022. INFINITI's midsize three-row SUV received its first major round of changes since it was introduced as the JX35 for 2013.
The second-generation QX60 uses a revised version of the previous model's platform, but the vehicle is slightly smaller externally while maintaining about the same amount of interior space. All versions come standard with three rows of seats for up to seven people, except for the Autograph model that comes with second-row captain's chairs and has a maximum capacity of six.
A 295-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6, and nine-speed automatic transmission come on all QX60s, and there is no optional engine. Front-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is optional on all versions. And maximum towing capacity went up to 6,000 pounds when properly equipped, which is competitive for the class.
Trim levels for the 2023 QX60 are expected to continue to be Pure, Luxe, Sensory, and Autograph.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has not yet tested the 2022 QX60, but it rated the structurally similar Nissan Pathfinder as Good in major categories. And the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has also not yet conducted testing on the redesigned QX60.