The multi-tone cabin of the compact luxury crossover SUV features creamy off-white and chocolate interiors with a dark blue centre console, with the off-white being inspired by soft white sand beaches, the brown by exotic woods and the blue modeling by the glassy ocean waters.
In addition to the multi-tone coluoring, the interiors of the QX50 boast a matte finish and open-pore maple wood. It also features wrap-and-sew detailing with hole-cut stitch patterns on the seats, door panels, and dashboard along with a moonroof playing cherry on the cake.
Speaking about the car, Karim Habab, Infiniti executive design director, said, “The QX50’s asymmetrical layout and calm, controlled atmosphere is designed to meet different needs of the driver passengers.
“The quest to find the perfect fit of material, colors, forms and ergonomics have driven our designers and engineers to create the best interior Infiniti has ever produced.”
The influential GQ magazine named the Infiniti QX50 as one of the 10 best luxury SUVs three years in a row.
Infiniti officially started selling vehicles in 1989.