I think how beautiful the Infinity QX60 monograph is. Or, if I really want to capture the “language” in the official infinity terminology of the company’s new “muscle design direction”, I can quote Alfonso Albaisa or Taisuke Nakamura, senior vice president of global design for Nissan. The senior design director of Infinity thinks that their design concept is inspired by da Vinci or origami, depending on whether they describe the whole thing or the grill.
The two of them can weave a beautiful lovely description of their latest sculpture, Nakamura, which has the Japanese concept of “the most reflective nature mimics the properties of liquid metal, allowing the surface of the body to capture the shadows and lights of the environment”. Our, The sense of minimalism that designers seek harmony, adds the right amounts with a very specific meaning. ”
But, this QX60 is the most sleek new SUV styling exercise I’ve seen since Land Rover’s LRX (which turns out to be the Range Rover Evoque) in 2008 so I won’t shut up and let the pictures speak for themselves.
Another thing I can say is that this is still a concept and two designers are talking about how it represents the “direction” Infinity is following. Hope they are smart and produce it properly.