The QX70 Limited dons a new mesh grille, a two-tone lower bumper and a strip of LED fog lamps that replace the round lights in other trim levels. A dark finish is applied to the side-mirror housings and rear combination lamps, while the front fenders are wearing body color instead of black. The wheels also have received an upgrade with unique 21-inch multi-spoke aluminum wheels with a painted finish surrounded by 265/45 all-season V-rated tires. And there is also an illustrious "Limited" badge on the back to make sure everyone knows.
The interior of the Infiniti QX70 has also received a luxurious rehash. Graphite and stone interior treatments contrast lower trim models. The seats are quilted which adds both luxury and comfort. Contrast stitching showcases the finer details of the interior while open-pore wood and aluminum upgrade the looks of the console and pedals.
No performance upgrades to the 325-hp 3.7-liter V-6 or 7-speed automatic transmission.
If you love this QX70 Limited, it will be available is the US this summer for an undisclosed premium.
Looks like Infiniti is listening to us after showing off the Q70L Bespoke Concept, I think if they keep this up and even turn this whole direction on styling into something more, they can end up offering maybach-like look and features for a far less price.
For anyone unfamiliar with the Q70L Bespoke Concept: