Infiniti previewed a new Japanese-inspired design language in a concept vehicle unveiled Thursday at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance near Monterey in California.
The QX Monograph debuts signature design elements, including the luxury brand's updated three-dimensional logo, a prominent double-arched grille and reworked front and rear lighting.
A source said the QX Monograph is a near-production version of the redesigned QX80 shown at an Infiniti retailer meeting in June. A company spokesperson declined to confirm if the concept is based on the new QX80.
Infiniti's three-row flagship QX80 SUV, which will reportedly carry a $100,000-plus sticker price when it arrives in the spring, features the blocky proportions of a Range Rover.
"It has a big presence," an Infiniti retailer said. "The interior is spectacular."