The image reveals a flowing C-pillar design, drawing inspiration from the Infiniti Essence and Etherea concepts previously unveiled by the Japanese luxury sports marque, and ensuring the JX stands out from the crowd.
Other than that, there’s really nothing new to reveal about the Infiniti JX Concept and the 2013 Infiniti JX production model that it will spawn.
The seven-seat crossover will be unveiled at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show in November before it goes on sale in the US in the second quarter of 2012.
With the Infiniti brand destined to launch in Australia in 2012 with the arrival of the FX crossover, G37 coupe/convertible and the M performance sedan, the all-new JX could be an outside chance for local showrooms, although it would not be expected in Australia until at least 2013.
Follow the link to view more preview images of the Infiniti JX Concept.
Let us know your opinion. Would you like to see the seven-seat luxury SUV in Australia, or do you think other vehicles already do a better job in the segment?