Auto123 reviews the 2022 Infiniti QX55.
The all-new Infiniti QX55 crossover-coupe may share a lot of bits with the QX50 crossover, but the QX55 is aimed at a younger buying group, according to Infiniti. It’s a type of buyer that likes some swoopy styling and practicality be darned. They like a good-looking car that drives well, and Infiniti has set out to deliver just that.
Inside, the QX55 loses a couple of millimetres of front headroom compared to its squarer sibling but it’s not enough to notice; I had no problem wearing a baseball hat and looking up without jamming my bill into the headliner. The seating position in the Zero-Gravity seats developed in partnership with NASA is right on, meanwhile. I expected to be tilted back a bit because I thought the styling of the vehicle warranted that but that’s not the case at all, and the seats are very comfortable and supportive. However, the fact they’re adjustable only eight ways means certain body types could find a hard time finding that perfect balance.
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