From 2014, the Infinti FX model became the QX70 to follow the Japanese brand’s new naming structure. It has remained the same for the 2017 model year. The QX70 will be available in two variants and two different engines. The basic model gets a 3.7-litre V6 engine, while the QX70 S variant gets the 5.0-litre V8, with both engines mated to 7-speed automatic transmissions. Built on the all-wheel-drive front-midship platform, the the QX70 features an extensive list of available equipment. Available features include Continuous Damping Control, Rear Active Steer, and 21-inch lightweight aluminium-alloy wheels designed by Enkei. Inside, the interior has available “sport” seating and advanced audio, optional navigation and technology ranging from an 11-speaker Bose-developed audio system to the intelligent key, available active cruise control and available around-view monitor system. The QX70 offers numerous safety and convenience technologies such as intelligent brake assist, distance control assist, adaptive front lighting system, standard HID headlights, integrated fog lights, rear LED taillights, functional side air vents, aluminium roof rails, leather and wood trim, sunroof, “self-healing” clearcoat paint finish, stability control, and the usual power accessories and multiple airbags. Available safety features include object-detection for the around-view parking camera system as well as voice instructions on how to parallel-park into a specific space.