The freshened QX60 features a new front end that echoes the Q50, in addition to new tail light and wheel design and a spate of tweaks to its interior.
“The new QX60 will become an important part of Infiniti’s global growth strategy as the global premium crossover market continues to grow,” said Francois Bancon, Infiniti vice president of product strategy, in a statement.
Infiniti has sold 36,783 QX60s through November, accounting for 62 percent of its light-truck and SUV sales. QX60 sales are up 32 percent compared with the same period last year.
Infiniti will unveil the new Q50 and QX60, in addition to the 2017 QX30 and the all-new 2017 Q60 sport coupe, at the Detroit auto show on Jan. 11.