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All-new 2025 INFINITI QX80 reimagines the luxury SUV

  • Evocative exterior showcases the newest evolution of INFINITI design with inimitable presence
  • Expert craftsmanship upends expectations of luxury design to deliver supreme comfort and seamless convenience
  • Advanced technology is thoughtfully integrated to simplifies the everyday
  • Extraordinary capability delivers a confident and energizing driving experience

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – The all-new 2025 INFINITI QX80 resets the full-size luxury SUV segment benchmark. It brings together understated yet detailed style, intelligently integrated technology and a commanding, effortless driving experience. As the flagship of the lineup and first new model in INFINITI's product renaissance, the all-new QX80 delivers extraordinary comfort, convenience and technology for all three rows.

"INFINITI has always sought to raise the bar in automotive luxury, going beyond the vehicles themselves to provide a truly satisfying, total ownership experience," said Craig Keeys, group vice president, INFINITI Americas. "The all-new 2025 INFINITI QX80 is the ultimate expression of bold design, technologies and detailed craftsmanship, and we believe it reestablishes the standard for full-size luxury SUVs."

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Pushing the envelope

All throughout its history, INFINITI has innovated and expanded upon the limits of luxury, and the all- new 2025 QX80 is no different. The SUV boasts numerous INFINITI-, and segment first features that bring an extraordinary level of hospitality to the everyday. These include:


    • Front Wide View2
    • Klipsch® Premium Audio
    • Individual Audio
    • Biometric Cooling3
    • Remote Control Rear Seat


    • Dual 14.3-inch monolith style displays
    • In-Car Camera4
    • Flush Door Handles
    • Invisible Hood View5
    • INFINITI Light Path
    • INFINITI InTouch® with Google built-in6
    • ProPILOT Assist 2.17
    • Personalized Ambient Lighting (64 colours)
    • Electronic Air Suspension

Artful, evocative design brought to life

The all-new 2025 INFINITI QX80 is the first model to showcase the latest evolution of INFINITI design, building on long-standing expertise in craftsmanship and detailing.

The all-new QX80 is the first production model to be born under our evolved design language, "Artistry in Motion," said Alfonso Albaisa, senior vice president for Global Design. "On the exterior, we held true to the evocative vision we established with the QX Monograph and on the inside, we seamlessly integrated technology amongst the finest materials, to deliver a sense of extraordinary craftsmanship for all-three rows."

A left side view of a silver 2025 INFINITI QX80 parked next to water and greenery, its reflection can be seen in the water.

QX80 has a bold and confident posture, with strong lines and well-defined proportions. An anti- wedge profile, with a long, nearly flat hood leading into crisp shoulder lines, helps project a sense of sho – a sleek sense of motion – that belies the vehicle's size.

In front, QX80 wears the newest iteration of the signature INFINITI double-arch grille. Inspired by the organic shapes of a bamboo forest, the grille is finished in gloss black with a shape that hints at a powerful, commanding driving experience.

A front view of the 2025 INFINITI QX80 parked in front of multiple windows with the headlights and emblem lit.

Designers precisely positioned lighting elements to define a strong face for QX80. Narrow, multi- element LED Daytime Running Lights at either side of the upper grille again recall the bamboo forest motif. They complement the illuminated INFINITI emblem – which now has a more three-dimensional appearance. At the lower corners of the front fascia are the vehicle's combination lamps, along with discreet air curtain vents that help aerodynamically optimize air flow around the wheel wells.

The sleek, minimalist design theme is especially evident in profile. Flush door handles, which automatically present themselves when the vehicle is unlocked, result in a cleaner, tidier appearance and contribute to improvements in QX80's aerodynamic performance. Two harmonious character lines – one from the headlamps through the shoulder line, below the windows; the second, tracing from the front bumper to the creases in the lower doors – add character. Blacked-out door pillars contribute to a sleeker appearance for the upper body.

A close-up of the INFINITI nameplate decal under the taillights on a silver 2025 INFINITI QX80.

In the rear, a full-width LED lighting element draws the eye. Its segmented design recalls the appearance of the grille and DRLs while its curved profile was inspired by the tranquil reflections of light upon a body of water. Featuring over 300 LEDs, the lamps have a smoked finish and illuminate in a vibrant shade of red, with a pronounced upper section accompanied by a series of horizontal light bars below.

The all-new QX80 offers seven striking body paint colours, headlined by a new INFINITI colour called Dynamic Metal. In development for more than six years, it was designed to provide a liquid metal feel that emphasizes QX80's body surfaces. Thanks in part to a precise process that ensures metallic flakes lay flat in the paint, the result is a smooth texture and a hue that dramatically changes based on viewing angle.

An unforgettable welcome

In a nod to the Japanese principle of thoughtful hospitality, the all-new QX80 features a dramatic welcome sequence that includes activation of the available INFINITI Light Path. Upon approaching the vehicle with the key fob, the flush door handles automatically extend to welcome occupants. A light show proceeds when the vehicle is unlocked: the INFINITI emblem illuminates, followed by individual elements in the DRLs, continuing from the center of the vehicle outwards. It culminates in the INFINITI Light Path, a stunning projection on the ground featuring the INFINITI wordmark and wing-like geometric shapes.

An aerial 3/4 view of the 2025 INFINITI QX80 parked in the dark. An INFINITI nameplate and wing is light projected onto the cement.

Luxurious and functional interior

The interior of the all-new QX80 is heavily inspired by Japanese culture and the principle of miyabi. Derived from Kyoto artisan culture, it references the use of layered, soft materials and gorgeous, flowing integration of technology and extraordinarily high-quality materials. Soft-touch materials abound, with particular attention paid to layering them over any hard parts where passengers' arms or elbows may rest upon them. Additionally, elements like leather appointments, wood trims, suede and metal seamlessly incorporate high-tech items like touchscreens.

QX80's dashboard concept uses two 14.3-inch displays. Ahead of the driver is a configurable meter with three views – Classic, Elegant and Enhanced – that can be operated by way of an ergonomically positioned jog wheel on the right of the steering wheel. That jog wheel can also operate the center INFINITI InTouch® display8, or occupants can simply touch, tap and swipe, like on a tablet.

Close-up of the steering wheel and speedometer window in the 2025 INFINITI QX80.
English Disclaimer: US Model Shown

For the first time, QX80 also offers a colour head-up display7 to help keep key information in the driver's eyeline.

Delivering on the INFINITI promise to incorporate powerful technology that enables a more connected and convenient drive, the QX80 comes standard with wireless Apple CarPlay® and wireless Android Auto. Even more, the center display comes with Google built-in4. Always-updated Google Maps allow for simple and efficient navigation, while users can download many of their other favourite apps on Google Play9. Google Assistant further makes everyday interactions easier, allowing for natural-language requests like, "Hey Google, navigate to my nearest INFINITI retailer."

A separate, 9" touchscreen mounted below the infotainment display provides convenient control of all climate functions, as well as front seating heating or cooling operations and selection of QX80's drive modes. The screen uses haptic feedback to help users "feel" when they have selected the appropriate on-screen element. Because these functions are housed on their own touchscreen, they never intrude into infotainment operations like navigation or music displays. Helping free up valuable space for cupholders and storage, QX80 uses sleek push buttons to shift its transmission.

An inviting space is created with striking lines that run across the passenger side of the dashboard and an illuminated INFINITI emblem. Lighting can also help set the mood with available 64-colour Personalized Ambient Lighting, incorporating light pipes in the dashboard and doors.

Interior of a door with the lit-up INFINITI nameplate on the 2025 INFINIT QX80.

USB Type-C ports are available in every row with a total of eight throughout the cabin, featuring up to 15-watt/3.0-amp power ratings for rapidly charging devices.

An available cool box in the center console, when activated, directs air-conditioned air into the compartment to help chill the contents. For instance a six-pack of soda cans on the way to a picnic.

The utmost in design: QX80 AUTOGRAPH

QX80 AUTOGRAPH further upends luxury SUV paradigms with its impeccable attention to even the smallest details. Outside, AUTOGRAPH grades are visually distinguished by a two-tone roof treatment and dark chrome trim, as well as unique, Layered Turbine 22-inch wheels.

Within the cabin, AUTOGRAPH features seating surfaces carefully finished in semi-aniline leather appointments, with a unique stitched finish effect that is partially completed by hand. Inspired by similar designs explored in prior INFINITI concept vehicles, the dot-quilting adds texture and depth to the seats, plus an extra level of craftsmanship with quality beyond reproach. Also notable are open pore ash wood trim pieces around the cabin, with laser-cut inlays into which ultra-thin aluminum accents are delicately and precisely positioned. The relative spacing of the aluminum trim becomes wider toward the front of the cabin, helping create a sense of space and width.

View of the dark black and red cabin seats, middle console, and sunroof in the 2025 INFINITI QX80.

Just-right temperatures for each row

Unlike some competitors, the all-new QX80 treats every row with first-class comfort. For the first time in QX80, heated seats are available for the third row. The first two rows come with standard heated and cooled seats. All-new QX80 extends available massaging seats to the second row for the first time in addition to the front seats, helping drivers and their loved ones feel refreshed on long journeys. In AUTOGRAPH grades, the rear seats and rear climate options are controlled by an intuitive touchscreen integrated into the rear of QX80's center console.

An additional segment-first technology, available Biometric Cooling1, helps cool those in the second row more quickly and effortlessly. An infrared sensor integrated into the vehicle's headliner detects when a passenger is hot and near-instantly adjusts the temperature and air flow to send cool air to the second row – without any interaction required from the driver or front-seat passenger. The effortless technology can rapidly cool off a passenger who is, for example, feeling warm after a vigorous soccer match with friends.

Backseat control panel on the back of the middle console in the 2025 INFINITI QX80.
English Disclaimer: US Model Shown

Powerful available camera technology

The all-new 2025 INFINITI QX80 uses the latest in camera and image processing technology not simply as a party trick, but to take the friction out of some of the trickiest situations in everyday driving.

One of the most striking is Front Wide View9, which uses camera information to provide a wide, 170- degree view to the sides of the vehicle. That viewing angle allows for "seeing" past parked cars or around corners in tight garages.

Similarly invaluable is Invisible Hood View4, which uses advanced image processing to take footage from the vehicle's exterior cameras to project an image of what's directly underneath the vehicle onto the in-car displays. The result is as if one could see right through the engine bay, helping spot curbs in narrow drive-through lanes, car wash tracks and myriad other hard-to-spot obstacles on the ground.

Another enhancement is new-to-QX80 3D AroundView® Monitor with Moving Object Detection10, which now adds a 3D spin function and eight pre-selected angles from which the driver can see the car, providing a more natural viewpoint to see the vehicle's surroundings when parking or maneuvering.

Camera innovations are also used to help with seeing what's behind QX80. The available Smart Rear View Mirror11 has been enhanced compared to that of outgoing QX80 with better low-light performance and crisper imagery. Plus, for clients who tow, the Rear View Monitor has a special zoom view for assistance in hitching up a trailer12.

The available INFINITI Dash Cam Recorder helps to provide peace of mind by recording exterior incidents on the QX80. Clients can access these recordings through the in-vehicle infotainment screen or their mobile device.

Another innovative use of camera technology is the Journey Diary functionality. It can capture photos or videos from the forward-facing and, optionally, In-Car Camera of the QX80 to share on social platforms to capture a memorable trip.

The available In-Car Camera4 offers two additional benefits. First, those in the front row can push a button to have its vantage of the second-row seats displayed on the infotainment display for a quick check on passengers. Additionally, when the vehicle is parked, clients can use their INFINITI smartphone app to check the camera to see whether any items were left behind in the cabin – without having to go back out to the vehicle.

Sound that envelopes and immerses

The 2025 INFINITI QX80 is the first vehicle in the full-size luxury SUV segment with Klipsch® premium audio systems, reflecting the priority luxury clients place on highly accurate, lifelike sound for entertainment. The two systems were tailored by INFINITI and Klipsch engineers to seamlessly integrate with QX80's interior and its in-vehicle technologies.

QX80 LUXE feature a 14-speaker Klipsch audio system with 600 watts of total power and a 12-channel amplifier. SENSORY and AUTOGRAPH take the audio experience to an even higher level with a Klipsch Reference Premiere Audio System with 24 speakers, 1,200 watts of power and Individual Audio functionality. Distinguishing features include titanium tweeters, four High Line roof- mounted speakers, an 8-inch TriPower subwoofer and a 24-channel amplifier. The system incorporates DynamicAudioReveal™ technology to actively adjust audio equalization to mask background noise, and DJX® 3D Surround algorithm to create an immersive sound experience throughout the cabin, placing the listeners in the center of the performance without compromising fidelity or accuracy.

Close-up of the Klipsch speaker headrest in the 2025 INFINITI QX80.

Exemplifying the spirit of innovation that unites Klipsch and INFINITI, the 24-speaker Klipsch Reference Premiere system offers Individual Audio, leveraging stunning metal-trimmed speakers mounted to the front seat headrests. When enabled, Individual Audio allows for focusing only certain audio elements – such as navigation directions, music or phone calls – to the driver's seat. For example, the driver can make a phone call while passengers continue listening to music, or the driver could listen to a favourite playlist and hear map guidance without disturbing those sleeping in the rear seats.

Powerful practicality

Luggage space has increased in the all-new 2025 INFINITI QX80, making it even simpler to bring along all of life's needs. Cargo room13 behind the second-row seats is up 17% compared to the outgoing model; behind the third row, it has increased by 28%. A flatter floor when the seats are lowered, plus a lower lift over height in the segment when the air suspension is in its access position, further ease loading and unloading cargo.

A motion-activated, hands-free power liftgate is standard, with an opening angle memory function to avoid striking lower garage doors or other obstacles.

Roominess for passengers was similarly enhanced, with increased knee and foot space in the first two rows, and significantly enhanced width, knee and legroom for the third row.

Because a full-size SUV like QX80 will so often accommodate multiple passengers (with seating for seven or eight), particular attention was paid to enabling swift and intuitive access to the rear rows. The second and third rows feature standard power fold functions, which can be accessed from buttons in the cargo area or in Autograph grade convenient buttons on the front control touchscreen. The second row features a "walk-in" mode that makes access to the third row simpler; owing to precise engineering of the folding mechanism, child safety seats can remain safely buckled in place even when the second row tips forward14.

Effortless power from new twin-turbo engine

As the flagship SUV in the INFINITI range, the 2025 QX80 delivers confident, capable performance balanced with refinement. All models feature a standard VR35DDTT 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged engine, rated for 450 horsepower and 515 lb-ft of torque – increases of 50 horsepower and 103 lb- ft versus the outgoing QX80. Cylinder Mirror Bore Coating reduces friction to help bolster fuel economy, while electronically controlled variable valve timing on the intake contributes to crisp throttle response.

The engine under the hood of the 2025 INFINITI QX80. INFINITI and Twin Turbo are written on the engine cover.

"The all-new INFINITI QX80's advanced new 3.5-liter V6 twin-turbocharged engine, delivers the highest torque output in our corporation's history," said Ivan Espinosa, senior vice president, Chief Planning Officer. "This gives the driver the feeling that they always have power in reserve, supports effortless towing and contributes to the all-new QX80's powerful and rewarding drive."

Complementing the new engine is a 9-speed automatic transmission which improves low end acceleration 27% and over overdrive fuel economy 12% contributing to both responsive acceleration and efficient highway cruising.

The new powertrain – along with aerodynamic enhancements and other mechanical changes – result in fuel economy that is improved by more than 10% compared to the outgoing QX80.

QX80 has a best-in-class standard towing rating of 8,500 pounds15.

Confidence, comfort and control

Central to the INFINITI QX80 driving experience are decisive capability for the driver and unshakeable comfort for all passengers.

The QX80 comes standard equipped with INFINITI All-mode 4WD16. A convenient "Auto" mode for the All-mode 4WD systems is ideal for drivers encountering varying road surfaces.

All models feature a drive mode selector with Standard, Eco, Sport, Snow, Tow and Personal settings. Each mode features unique tuning for the powertrain response, electric power steering, driver- assistance features and Dynamic Digital Suspension.

Electronic Air Suspension and Dynamic Digital Suspension further refine the ride and handling of QX80, while offering additional benefits in terms of vehicle usability. The air suspension lowers by 1.2 inches (3.04 cm) at speed for aerodynamic improvements. When parked, it can lower by 2.8 inches (7.11 cm) from normal to an Easy Access level – dramatically easing ingress and egress of passengers or loading of cargo. Finally, for use in more rugged terrain, an Off-road setting raises the air suspension 2.1 inches (5.33 cm) above QX80's normal ride height.

The Dynamic Digital Suspension constantly measures the vehicle's motion and calculates the required damping force for electronically controlled dampers. By regulating vehicle motions, reducing body roll around curves and minimizing up-and-down motions over bouncy roads, the system delivers smoother and more in-control lane changes, and enhanced ride quality.

Additional enhancements that benefit ride and handling include a frame with 25% greater torsional stiffness and 57% greater lateral stiffness versus the preceding QX80 and the adoption of an electric power steering rack, which facilitates advanced driver assistance features.

Numerous enhancements to sound deadening render the cabin more tranquil for all onboard. On the highway, the all-new 2025 QX80 is as much as 3 decibels quieter than its predecessor; in urban and suburban driving, it's as much as 4 decibels quieter.

Seamless driver assistance

As standard, QX80 includes an extensive list of technologies intended to help the driver avoid collisions, including Predictive Forward Collision Warning, Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian detection, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Intervention® and Lane Departure Prevention. Trailer Blind Spot Warning17 additionally works when towing trailers up to 33 feet in length.

At the end of a journey, the My Parking Locations feature provides guidance to make parking even more effortless. This technology makes it simpler to park in the same position, every single time, which is ideal for those parking in tight parking spots. The client simply stores their preferred parking location, and then parking guides – parking lines on the camera views – appear automatically when near the parking location. This helps guide the driver into their pre-programmed parking location, taking the stress out of parking "just right" every time.

The ultimate luxury is a more comfortable journey, and to that end, QX80 features two levels of advanced driver assistance. ProPILOT Assist 1.118 is standard and combines Intelligent Cruise Control with steering assistance to aid the driver in staying centered in their lane. The system also uses data from the navigation system to proactively adjust vehicle speed for curves, interchanges and other driving situations.

Available on AUTOGRAPH, ProPILOT Assist 2.17 elevates the experience by allowing attentive drivers to take their hands off the wheel in certain freeway driving scenarios.

Close-up of the steering controls in the 2025 INFINITI QX80.

Three highly desirable grade levels

Key features included on each QX80 grade level are shown below:




  • VR35DDTT engine with 9-speed automatic transmission
  • INFINITI InTouch® with dual 14.3-inch screens
  • Klipsch® 14-speaker premium audio
  • Flush Door Handles
  • 3D Around View® Monitor
  • ProPILOT Assist 1.1
  • Google built-in
  • Dynamic Digital Suspension
  • Electronic Air Suspension
  • Head-Up Display
  • Climate Control First & Second Row
  • Remote Control Rear Seats
  • 22-Inch Wheels
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay® and wireless Android Auto

All LUXE Features Plus:

  • Semi-Aniline Leather appointed seating for first and second row
  • Biometric Cooling
  • Klipsch 24-Speaker Reference Premiere Premium Audio
  • Individual Audio
  • INFINITI Light Path
  • Massaging Front Seats
  • Personalized Ambient Lighting (64 Colours)
  • Dark Brown Open Pore Ash Wood Trim
  • Frameless Smart Rear View Mirror 

All SENSORY Features Plus:

  • ProPILOT Assist 2.1
  • Second Row Massaging Seats
  • Second-Row console with touchscreen HVAC and seat control
  • Second row Captain Chairs
  • Semi-Aniline leather-appointed, heated third-row seats
  • Front console cool box
  • In-Car Camera
  • Two-Tone Roof
  • Dark Chrome Exterior Trim
  • Open Pore Ash Wood Trim with Metal Inlay
  • 22-inch wheels with unique styling and finish

The all-new 2025 INFINITI QX80 will reach retailers later this summer, with Manufacturer's
Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) as follows. MSRP excludes $2,495 freight and PDI charge, tax, title, license and options. Retailer sets actual price.









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  1. J.D. Power Full-Size SUV / CUV Segment excluding Battery Electric Vehicles
  2. Front Wide View cannot eliminate blind spot and does not warn of moving objects. Driver should always check surroundings before driving. See Owner's Manual for safety information.
  3. System may not engage if sensor is obstructed. System does not have the capability to identify individual passengers. Please see INFINITI Owner’s Manual for feature information.
  4. In-Car Camera to be used only in accordance with any laws or rules in effect in your vehicle’s location that may apply to audio or video recordings of drivers and passengers
  5. Invisible Hood View cannot eliminate blind spots and does not warn of moving objects. Driver should always check surroundings before driving. See Owner’s Manual for safety information.
  6. Feature availability varies by vehicle model year, model, trim level, packaging and options. Consumer activation of INFINITI InTouch Services SELECT package ("Package") required. Package trial period included with eligible new vehicle purchase or lease. Trial period may be subject to change or termination at any time and without notice. After trial period ends, monthly subscription fee required. Driving is serious business and requires your full attention. Only use features when safe and legal to do so. Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road status. Connectivity service required. App subscriptions may be required. Data rates may apply. Subject to third party service availability. Should such service providers terminate or restrict service or features, service or features may be suspended or terminated without notice or with no liability to INFINITI or its partners or agents. Google, Google Play and Google Maps are trademarks of Google LLC.
  7. Consumer activation of INFINTI InTouch® Services ProPILOT Assist 2.1 package ("Package") required for ProPILOT Assist 2.1 functionality. Package trial period included with new vehicle purchase. Trial period may be subject to change or termination at any time and without notice. After trial period ends, monthly subscription fee required. ProPILOT Assist 2.1 cannot prevent collisions. It is the driver’s responsibility to be in control of the vehicle and monitor traffic conditions at all times. Hands-off freeway driving is possible when driving in a single lane, on the condition that the driver remains attentive on the road ahead and is prepared to immediately take manual control of the steering wheel when conditions of the road, traffic, and vehicle require it. System operates only when lane markings are detected. Does not function in all weather, traffic and road conditions. System has limited control capability and the driver may need to steer, brake or accelerate at any time to maintain safety. See Owner’s Manual for safety information.
  8. Do not use for extended periods of time. See Owner’s Manual for important safety information.
  9. Google, Google Play and Google Maps are trademarks of Google LLC. Google Assistant and some related features are not available in all languages or countries.
  10. Front Wide View cannot eliminate blind spot and does not warn of moving objects. Driver should always check surroundings before driving. See Owner’s Manual for safety information.
  11. Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection cannot eliminate blind spots and may not detect every object. Driver should always turn and check surroundings before driving. See Owner’s Manual for safety information.
  12. Towing varies by configuration. See INFINITI Towing Guide and Owner's Manual for additional information. Always secure cargo.
  13. Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. Always secure cargo. Heavy loading of the vehicle with cargo, especially on the roof, will affect the handling and stability of the vehicle.
  14. Do not perform slide forward function with the Child Restraint System occupied.
  15. Towing capacity varies by configuration. See INFINITI Towing Guide and Owner's Manual for additional information. Always secure cargo.
  16.  INFINITI All-mode 4WD cannot prevent collisions or provide enhanced traction in all conditions. Always monitor traffic and weather conditions.
  17. Trailer Blind Spot Warning cannot prevent collisions and may not detect every object or warn in all situations. Driver should always turn and look before changing lanes. See Owner’s Manual for safety information.
  18. ProPILOT Assist 1.1 can’t prevent collisions. Driver at all times responsible to maintain safety by monitoring traffic, controlling vehicle, and if needed steer, brake or accelerate. System works only when lane markings detected and does not function in all weather, traffic and road conditions. See Owner’s Manual for safety information.



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2025 INFINITI QX80 Specifications

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