The all-new JX — it's not an Infiniti as we know it. It's front-drive based, and has a CVT. At least it sort of looks like one. The 'double-arch' grille is another defining aspect of Infiniti's corporate language.
All JXs come with all-wheel drive as standard in Canada. This is an American-spec JX, though. In Canada, roof rails will be standard, as will be a Class III tow-hitch receiver
Infiniti says the design language, including the distinctive D-pillar crescent, is influenced by the Essence concept car.
Although it's big enough to be considered a full-size SUV, the JX arguably looks smaller on the road.