2014 Infiniti QX80 changes revealed in hands-on

Infiniti is enjoying a great deal of publicity thanks to them being the title sponsor of Red Bull Racing, who is set to win a fourth consecutive Constructors’ Championship title. We know they must pay the team a huge sum of money to sponsor them, but the rewards are worth it.

With the F1 team doing so well it is a perfect time for the release of the 2014 Infiniti QX80 because we are more aware of the vehicle, although not so much in the US. This is because they have had a hard time warming to F1, but this could soon change with a new race coming to the country.

Back to the 2014 Infiniti QX80; CNET has a rather informative look at the new SUV, which has a new level of standard when it comes to new technologies. There are many driver aids that come as standard, although there is still plenty of optional upgrades.

2014 Infiniti QX80 standard and optional driver aid technologies is staggering
2014 Infiniti QX80 standard and optional driver aid technologies is staggering

The number of 2014 Infiniti QX80 changes are staggering, in the interior and exterior. In the video you will learn the good and bad of the car, and even though the changes are welcome, we still have an issue with poor fuel- economy. This is a surprise because we thought new vehicles like this were making ground in terms of how much fuel they use per gallon?

Also in the 2014 Infiniti QX80 hands-on, it points out that some of the changes, such as safety technology, is a bit of an overkill because it could be considered too much on a car for daily drivers. In closing, they believe the QX60 is a far better option, but would you agree?

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