Infiniti QX60 Monograph previews a next-gen 3-row SUV


Infiniti is showcasing the QX60 Monograph — a concept that previews the next-generation QX60 that is expected to make its debut in 2021. While that happens, we just have the exterior to take a look at.

Speaking of which, the Monograph is finished in a reflective platinum hue with a contrasting black roof. The pillars are also in gloss black creating a floating roof effect with a chrome line that traces the A-pillar and the roofline. The mesh pattern on the front grille was apparently inspired by the traditional Japanese origami; the same pattern can be found on the side intakes of the front bumper. The side profile looks very clean with the flush-fitting door handles, and at the rear, the taillight signature mimics that of the front running lights.


The roof features a “kimono fold” pattern that draws inspiration from the folds of a silk kimono and the structures of Japan’s modern architecture. Round off its clean exterior looks are large, 22-inch alloy wheels that hide red-painted calipers.

The QX60 Monograph embodies the Japanese concept of ‘Ma’, a sense of minimalism where designers seek harmony, adding just the right amount of elements with very specific meaning to create something special. This is evident on the body, where at a glance it is simple, but when you get closer, you see that there are elements that are playing against each other in a sense of harmony. — Alfonso Albaisa, Senior Vice President, Global Design, Nissan

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