The current generation Infiniti QX80 has been around for over a decade and now Infiniti has finally ready to introduce a new QX80. The 2025 Infiniti QX80 continues to be closely related to the Nissan Armada, but this time Infiniti has amped up the luxury and style of the QX80 to justify its six figure price tag.

2025 Infiniti QX80

Last year Infiniti gave us a preview of the new QX80 with the debut of the QX Monograph concept, which looks pretty identical to the production version. Infiniti says that the 2025 QX80 introduces the brand’s new design language, called Artistry in Motion. The QX80 now has a sleeker, bolder look than before that’s worthy of its luxury badge. It also looks more modern, with nice touches like its flush door handles and at the rear there’s a full-width tail light element that uses over 300 LEDs.

The new QX80 is a bit bigger than its predecessor, but the big news is that the old V8 engine is gone. The QX80 is now powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 with 450 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque, that’s mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. The new V6 has significantly better specs than the old V8 that only had 400 hp and 413 lb-ft. Just like before, the QX80 is based on a body-on-frame platform. It can tow up to 8,500 pounds.

All trim levels besides the base feature height-adjustable air springs and adaptive dampers. The air suspension can lower the ride height by 2.8-inches to make it easier to get in and out or raise it by 2.4-inches to provide more ground clearance when off-roading. The new QX80 also gets a new electric power steering system that replaces the previous hydraulic system. On the safety front, the QX80 gets more driver assistance features like lane-keeping assist and the ProPilot Assist 2.1 system. The driver can even take their hands off the wheel on the highway as long as their eyes continue to look forward.

2025 Infiniti QX80

Inside the QX80’s cabin gets a major upgrade, which now looks more modern and luxurious. The dashboard features two 14.3-inch screens. The infotainment system uses an Android-based operating system with Google’s built-in features and there’s a new head-up display. On the center console there’s a 9-inch screen that features the controls for the climate control system. One cool new feature is biometric cooling, which uses an infrared sensor in the headliner to measure each passenger’s body temperature and then automatically adjusts the temperature.

A Klipsch audio system is standard on all trim levels, with the base version featuring 14 speakers and 600 watts. The top version has 24 speakers and 1,200 watts.

Now for the pricing, the 2025 Infiniti QX80 gets a higher price tag that starts at $84,445. The most expensive Autograph trim level is priced at $112,590. The new QX80 will arrive this summer.