2019 Infiniti QX80 Brochure (2023)

  • Infiniti's powerful full-size SUV reinforces its exclusivity with the new QX80 LIMITED model, Infiniti's premier expression of all-inclusive luxury
  • The QX80 LIMITED design includes special paint and trim exterior colors, custom seat materials and exterior enhancements. it features standard Infiniti All Mode four-wheel drive and advanced driver assistance technologies
  • Enhancements on the QX80 LUXE model include standard Front Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection and Forward Collision Warning

As the flagship of Infiniti's bold, diverse SUV lineup - including the sophisticated QX50 mid-size luxury crossover, the family-oriented QX60 and the urban adventure-oriented QX30 - the QX80 offers a powerful, modern and confident presence. The QX80 is a high-performance, full-size SUV designed for all-out luxury, with top-notch amenities for every passenger.

Redesigned for the 2018 model year, the QX80 is a popular choice with luxury buyers in North America. For the 2019 model year, QX80 LUXE models come standard with front emergency braking with pedestrian detection and forward collision warning, as well as an exclusive new model, the QX80 LIMITED.

The QX80 LIMITED is INFINITI's premium version and includes exclusive content such as special 22-inch dark-finish wheels, open-pore wood trim in matte silver and satin chrome accents.

Alongside the new LIMITED, the QX80 LUXE and QX80 LUXE AWD models continue to feature a refined and spacious cabin with premium materials, handcrafted finishes and advanced driver assistance technologies.

Dominant Appearance
The 2019 QX80 continues the bold interpretation of Infiniti's "Powerful Elegance" design language and features distinctive Infiniti design cues. With its strong muscular build, improved horizontal movement and distinctive double-arched grille and headlights, it looks confident.

Measuring 210.2 inches long, 75.8 inches tall with roof rails, 79.9 inches wide and 121.1 inches wheelbase, the QX80's exterior combines geometric and organic shapes to combine strength with elegance. However, despite its size, the design conveys a clear sense of elegance and human artistry.

The QX80 has well-defined character lines and a purposeful front end with large, functional fender vents. The headlights run around the front corners of the hood and into the fenders. Tapered, the lights form a straight shoulder line that extends from the grille to the rear. These geometric lines combine with upright air vents behind the front wheel arches to create a muscular, almost architectural silhouette.

The rear features simple, clear details intended to visually emphasize the center of gravity. With sharp, thin taillights, straight body character lines and light clusters, and a raised lower bumper area, the QX80 looks wider, taller and sportier than its predecessor.

The QX80 also features the brand's Human headlamp, which uses Triple Light Guide technology to ensure maximum illumination and visibility from all angles. Automatic on/off LED headlights with high beam assist are also standard, as are LED fog lights. Adaptive front lighting and headlight washers (standard on LIMITED models) are also available. At the rear of the vehicle, slim taillights with sharp edges highlight the shape of the headlights and are equipped with LED technology.

Another signature Infiniti feature is the crescent-shaped D-pillar that runs parallel to the roofline. Like the shoulder line, the elegant design of the D-pillar emphasizes the horizontal position of the QX80's upper body. Every 2019 QX80 also comes standard with a power tailgate and a power glass sunroof with one-touch on/off.

With a drag coefficient of 0.367cd - on par with the most aerodynamic designs in its class - the QX80 features numerous improvements to better channel air over, around and under the vehicle. Infiniti has adopted a zero-lift approach to maximize stability at high speeds. The bodywork also improves airflow, particularly at the rear, to minimize drag-induced turbulence. These changes reduce the effects of wind turbulence at high speeds, giving the driver a better sense of control and connection to the road.

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QX80 LUXE models are fitted with 20-inch cast aluminum alloy wheels painted in dark silver and shod with 275/60R20 H all-season tires. Optional 22-inch forged aluminum wheels are available with 275/50R22 low-profile high-performance all-season tires. The new QX80 LIMITED features unique 22-inch forged alloy wheels.

The all-new QX80 LIMITED features exclusive exterior treatments such as stainless steel running covers, INFINITI logo under the underdeck welcome lights, satin chrome exterior bodywork, satin chrome roof rails and side rails, unique front and rear lower bumper sides, and the LIMITED logo on the rear door.

The QX80 is available in 10 solid, metallic and pearl finishes - Liquid Platinum, Smoky Quartz, Graphite Shadow, Hermosa Blue, Mocha Almond, Obsidian, Champagne Quartz, Moonstone White, Mineral Black and Anthracite Grey, an exclusive new limited edition model. Each color is hand-polished by INFINITI's Takumi craftsmen and controlled for maximum depth, shine and luster.

High quality luxurious interior
The premium, handcrafted interior of the 2019 QX80 offers one of the most luxurious and premium passenger positions Infiniti has ever created. Carefully individualized and handcrafted, artistic touches are enhanced throughout the spacious and spacious cabin, creating a sense of ultimate luxury. Advanced technology and sophisticated measures enhance the driving experience and ensure a good atmosphere for the driver and passengers.

The QX80's spaciousness meets luxurious style for up to eight adults and their belongings. The interior cabin offers comfortable space and individual control for each passenger. It seats 7 people as standard and can also accommodate 8 passengers.

Every QX80 comes standard with a 10-way power driver's seat that includes 2-way power lumbar support and an 8-way power passenger seat that includes 2-way power lumbar support. Heated front seats are standard on LUXE models, and heated and cooled front seats are standard on the new QX80 LIMITED. Comfortable 2nd-row captain's chairs with easy-folding 3rd-row seats and power-adjustable 60/40 split-flat 3rd-row bench seat. A 60/40 second-row bench seat is available for QX80 owners who need eight seats.

Leather seats are standard on all three rows of seats, while optional semi-aniline leather features contrasting piping.

The QX80 is available with Wheat or Graphite interior trim, with a choice of regular leather or premium semi-aniline leather. Semi-aniline wheat leather with dark gray stitching and piping. the graphite silhouette is contrasted with medium gray stitching and piping.

The optional Sensory package is available in premium Saddle Brown leather with black contrast stitching and piping. The new LIMITED model features a Graphite/Stone interior with two-tone semi-aniline Alcantara® leather seats, Ultrasuede headliner and open-pore wood trim in Matte Silver.

Various internal configurations are available. In addition to the standard glossy Stratford Burl wood trim, Graphite leather models are also available in dark brown Espresso Burl. A darker charcoal trim is also available paired with Wheat or Saddle Brown interior trim.

Infiniti's InTouch infotainment system allows the driver to personalize the driving characteristics and interior environment. Settings are made via the 8.0-inch touchscreen, the intuitive system is controlled via multi-touch smartphone controls and voice control, as well as physical buttons below the screen and on the steering wheel.

Combined with the QX80's Smart Key, Infiniti's InTouch system can store more than 200 settings for two drivers, including custom settings for navigation, seating positions, audio, safety systems, climate presets and infotainment configuration. The car will automatically adjust when it recognizes each smart key.

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The system offers full smartphone connectivity and telematics support, depending on the market. This allows owners to remotely control vehicle components and access a range of other support functions. Other features include remote engine start, which allows the driver to start the engine and heat or cool the interior before entering. the remote horn and lights, which allows the driver to control the vehicle's horn and lights from their mobile phone – if they don't remember when their car is stopped. The location of the large parking lot would be very helpful.

All models are equipped with the INFINITI navigation system with lane guidance and 3D architectural graphics.

Other connectivity and telematics features include roadside assistance, stolen location and vehicle alerts, curfew alerts, maintenance alerts and vehicle health reports, as well as route planning with Google Send to Car and carrier-supported destination settings.

Two premium sound systems are also available. A standard 13-speaker Bose® premium sound system includes two subwoofers and a high-mounted third row of speakers to ensure sound quality is not compromised by obstructions such as luggage or cargo. A 15-speaker Bose® Cabin Surround® audio system is also available, standard on the QX80 LIMITED and part of the Sensory package.

The rear entertainment system, available on the 2019 QX80, features a large, high-resolution display that provides an interface for connectivity and entertainment devices. The 8.0-inch screens on the backs of the front seats offer a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels and an aspect ratio of 16:9 to support Super Resolution Imaging and Super Resolution Technology.

Passengers have full control of the entertainment system. Passengers can use the remote control function (accessible from the instrument panel or steering wheel) to lock the rear seat remote control. In addition, the passenger can turn the screen on or off, switch between different inputs remotely, select the audio source in use and play or pause content. The "All Mute" button also allows the driver or front passenger to mute all interior audio sources, including headphones.

There is premium storage throughout the QX80's interior. At the front, the center console has a large smartphone storage area that can accommodate mobile devices up to 2.9 inches wide. Front dual cupholders hold two 44-ounce mugs with handles.

The storage area under the passenger armrest is 9.4 inches high and now offers space for up to three 1.0 liter bottles standing upright. The shape of the room is suitable for tablet devices placed vertically.

All doors have shelves for bottles and other items, and the second-row center console offers more space for mobile devices and other valuables.

Cargo volume is 49.6 cubic feet with the third-row seats folded. This provides plenty of room to store four large suitcases, four golf bags or a pushchair stored in upright mode without obscuring the rear view of the driver. With all three rows of seats in place, the trunk offers 16.6 cubic feet of storage space, enough to carry a pair of full-size suitcases upright.

The 2019 QX80 is also equipped with an advanced smart rearview mirror. A digital rearview mirror allows the driver to use the mirror as a standard mirror or convert it to a display at the touch of a button. In the latter mode, video is displayed from a camera mounted at the top of the rear window. This allows the driver to see behind the car even if the rear window is blocked by passengers or cargo.

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The smart mirror also improves night and low-light vision, and the high-resolution screen combines two images into one, just like a smartphone camera, at 60 frames per second. With a wide-angle lens, it can also provide a clearer view behind the car, allowing a comprehensive view of the rear. Compared with traditional rearview mirrors, the QX80 smart mirror can provide a viewing angle of 19-20 degrees inside the vehicle and a viewing angle on the rear window, the viewing angle of the latter being up to 48.1 degrees.

Improved performance and security
Both the QX80 LUXE and QX80 LIMITED models come standard with the advanced 5.6-liter DOHC V8 engine that delivers plenty of power on the road. Combining the combustion efficiency of direct injection gasoline and the responsive acceleration of VVEL (Variable Valve Lift) technology, the V8 produces 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque.

The engine is mated to a smooth-shifting 7-speed automatic transmission with adaptive shift control and manual shift mode with downshifts.

In two-wheel-drive configuration, the 2019 QX80's fuel economy is 14 mpg city, 20 mpg highway and 16 mpg combined. All-wheel drive versions are capable of 13 mpg city, 19 mpg highway and 15 mpg combined.

The 2019 QX80 is available with two-wheel drive or INFINITI All Mode 4WD. The latter allows for four-wheel traction when conditions demand it and off-road capability when the driver desires it. For optimal power transfer all year round, the rear-biased drivetrain switches to rear-wheel drive as standard and continuously adjusts the power distribution between the front and rear axles.

The driver can set all-wheel drive individually via a rotary knob on the center console. The system defaults to automatic mode and uses a computer-controlled transfer case to instantly redistribute engine torque to the wheels with the most traction. Permanent high- and low-range all-wheel drive settings are also available. The long distance setting is designed for moderate off-road and snow driving. When more traction is needed, the low-range mode allows the rider to tackle tougher off-road conditions and steeper ups and downs.

All-wheel drive is supported by an active four-wheel limited-slip braking system that responds to wheel slip by automatically applying the brakes to each spinning wheel and helping to redistribute torque to other wheels to maximize traction and control.

The QX80's fully independent double-wishbone suspension with Dual-Flow Path® dual-tube shock absorbers provides a firm yet comfortable ride. The suspension is designed to filter out harsh road conditions and maintain crew comfort. Whether at cruising speed, busy city streets or winding highways, the QX80 remains composed.

In addition, the available Hydraulic Body Motion Control (HBMC) technology, exclusive to the QX80, limits excessive body roll in hard cornering. It is optional on LUXE models with the ProACTIVE package and standard on the new QX80 LIMITED.

As the QX80 turns, HBMC monitors body pitch and roll and adjusts the suspension to ensure a smooth, level ride. The hydraulic cylinders are connected to the shock absorbers and connected to each other through high pressure hydraulic channels.

Two accumulators monitor body roll and adjust suspension stiffness on both sides of the vehicle by transferring oil between the hydraulic cylinders. When the car turns and the body starts to roll, HBMC stiffens the suspension on one side of the car to counteract this effect.


The QX80's standard self-leveling rear suspension automatically adjusts suspension pressure to maintain an optimal ride height when carrying cargo in the trunk or towing a trailer. This allows the QX80 to tow up to 8,500 pounds and carry up to 95.1 cubic feet of interior cargo volume when the third- and second-row seats are folded down. By keeping the vehicle at the optimum height, the QX80 remains stable and continues to provide reliable handling and braking, increasing driver confidence when towing or hauling heavier loads.

Large 4-wheel disc brakes ensure stopping. Two steering systems are available: engine speed dependent assistance in LUXE and vehicle speed dependent assistance in LIMITED (Optional LUXE package with ProACTIVE).

The 2019 QX80 is equipped with a variety of technologies that help the driver understand their surroundings, avoid potential hazards and reduce boredom while driving in certain conditions.

The QX80's extensive advanced technology systems include standard front emergency braking with pedestrian detection and forward collision warning.

Forward Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection provides audible and visual alerts to warn the driver of a possible head-on collision and reduce speed if necessary. If a collision is unavoidable, the function can apply the brakes to reduce the impact speed and severity of the collision. The system is also said to help avoid or mitigate head-on collisions with pedestrians by using a camera-based human shape recognition system.

Forward collision warning systems help alert the driver to hazards that are outside the forward field of vision. It can not only detect the relative speed and distance of the vehicle directly in front, but also the relative speed and distance of the vehicle ahead.

Also standard on LUXE and LIMITED trims are Reversing Assist, Intelligent Cruise Control (full speed range), Blind Spot Warning and Intervention, Lane Departure Warning and Prevention and Distance Control Assist.

The QX80's standard Around View® displays feature front and rear sonar, including Moving Object Detection (MOD). Around View® Monitor uses four small ultra-wide-angle cameras mounted on the front, side and rear of the QX80 to provide a virtual 360° composite view of objects around the vehicle, making it easier for the driver to maneuver in tight spaces. The MOD function helps improve the driver's situational awareness by providing visual and audible alerts (forward or backward object detection) when the system detects a moving object in the displayed view.

models and option packages
The 2019 QX80 is offered in three trim levels – QX80 LUXE, QX80 LUXE AWD and QX80 AWD LIMITED – as well as seven special option packages.

The full list of QX80 LIMITED features include:

  • All standard QX80 LUXE 4WD equipment plus features from ProASSIST, 22" wheels and tires, theater, sensors and ProACTIVE packages
  • Unique dark machined 22" forged aluminum wheels.
  • Stainless steel deck cover with rubber grip
  • The INFINITI logo below the pedal welcome light
  • Satin chrome exterior
  • Roof rails and cross members in satin chrome
  • Unique front and rear bumper lower trims
  • Uniquely designed two-tone semi-aniline/Alcantara® leather seats with stitching, contrast piping and stitching
  • The name LIMITED is embossed on the backs of the front and second row seats
  • Smooth leather steering wheel and gear knob
  • Matte silver, open pore ash trim
  • Wood inlay with "LIMITED" lettering on center console shifter trim
  • Black Ultrasuede® headstock and A/B/C pillars
  • A/B pillar grips leather lined and stitched
  • Chrome inner door handle trim
  • Unique high density floor mat with metal logo and cargo area mat
  • INFINITI floorboards with bright lighting
  • LIMITED Tailgate logo
  • Body Color Mirror Hats

Available optional packages include ProASSIST, Split Seat Package, Theater Package, 22-inch Wheel Package, Sensor Package, ProACTIVE and Premium Paint.

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The 2019 Infiniti QX80 is manufactured by Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. assembled in Kyushu, Japan.



What is the MSRP for a 2019 Infiniti QX80? ›

Considering its luxury credentials, the starting Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the 2019 Infiniti QX80 isn't too bad, at about $66,400 for a rear-wheel-drive model, or about $3,000 more if you want AWD. The Limited that includes all the QX80's optional equipment sells for about $91,000.

Does the 2019 Infiniti QX80 have lane assist? ›

Safety. There are several standard and available safety features on the 2019 INFINITI QX80. These include Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Assist, Forward Collision Detection with emergency braking, and Blind Spot Warning and Intervention systems.

How much is a QX80 worth? ›

The 2023 Infiniti QX80 starts at $72,700. The mid-range Premium Select model starts at $77,785, and the top Sensory trim begins at $84,835. The QX80 is the most affordable choice in the full-size luxury SUV class, with a considerably lower starting price than the Cadillac Escalade, Lincoln Navigator, and Lexus LX.

How many gallons does a 2019 QX80 hold? ›

20 mpg Highway. 26-gallon fuel tank size.

How many miles is an INFINITI QX80 good for? ›

How many miles will an INFINITI QX80 last? The lifespan of an INFINITI QX80 varies with several factors, but when properly maintained, this robust SUV can last for around 200,000 miles.

Is the INFINITI QX80 bigger than the Nissan Armada? ›

Other than the extra 1.3 inches of overall length, the INFINITI QX80 is the same for exterior dimensions with a 79.9-inch width and 75.8-inch height. The Nissan Armada vs. INFINITI QX80 size comparison gets interesting on the inside. Despite the INFINITI QX80 offering a longer body, it offers a lower passenger volume.

Does the 2019 Infiniti QX80 require premium gas? ›

INFINITI recommends using 91 octane premium unleaded gasoline for desired performance and horsepower. Your INFINITI engine needs high-octane gasoline to function as it was designed for premium performance, so treat it with the proper fuel anytime you're at the pump.

Does Infiniti QX80 require premium? ›

Does INFINITI Require Premium Gas? All INFINITI models are designed to run on gas with an octane level of 91 or higher.

Is Infiniti QX80 a luxury car? ›

Our most luxurious SUV, ever.

Is Infiniti QX80 luxury? ›

The Infiniti QX80 (formerly called the Infiniti QX56 until 2013) is a full-size luxury SUV marketed by Nissan's luxury division Infiniti. The first-generation QX56 was built in the United States and is based on the first-generation Armada.

How much does a 2019 Infiniti cost? ›

The 2019 Infiniti QX50 has a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting at $37,545 for a base, front-wheel-drive model. The midtrim Luxe model starts at $40,395, while the topline Essential begins at $44,345. All-wheel drive is an extra $1,800 for any trim.


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