The Infiniti QX80 Monograph is a Private Jet for the Road
The shadows of the huge buildings in New York City make it hard to stand out in The Big Apple, but Infiniti seems to be more than capable of getting attention with its latest reveal, the QX80 Monograph.
The Monograph part of the name denotes that this car is a design study, but much of what you see in this car will inspire the next generation of QX80, the brand’s large SUV. Perhaps most striking about the SUV, besides its size, is the frosted look of the metallic paint. It’s very eye catching and mesmerizing, something that’s hard to achieve with big, gaudy SUVs. The paint wraps a very interesting evolution of the current QX80’s shape. It’s boxy and tough looking, with commanding proportions due in part to a shoulder line that runs from the grille all the way to the rear of the car.
At over 16 feet long and about six and a half feet tall, the QX80 Monograph’s large size is also emphasized by interesting two-tone, 24-inch wheels that feature a spoke design that overlaps the tires, giving an appearance of 26 inch wheels. The “crescent cut” D-pillar also helps to emphasize the horizontal elements of the car, and further emphasizes its size.
So far all im going to expect is the typically application of design we seen on the QX30 and Q30 happen to the QX80. Unless they really go a unique direction and make it more Range Rover-like as this concept is projecting