Infiniti QX50 Gets WiFi Hotspot, More Standard Equipment For 2021
Every QX50 model now comes with a WiFi hotspot and more standard features are added to the Luxe model.
1. The 2021 Infiniti QX50 Luxe model will arrive with more standard equipment that previous years.
2. A WiFi hotspot will come with every QX50.
3. Pricing is increased on various trim levels.
Infiniti has announced that the QX50 will receive minor updates for the 2021 model year. These updates range from a price increase to more standard driver assistance features. The interior gets more luxurious features and a new package has been added as well.
QX50 Luxe trim buyers can choose to equip a new blackout appearance package for an extra $1200. This package includes 20-inch black wheels, a black mesh grille, dark chrome accents, black mirror caps, and a gray headliner.
New for the Luxe model is standard heated front seats, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane keep assist, and Infiniti's ProPilot Assist feature which is essentially just adaptive cruise control with stop & go.
Technically, these new standard features don't come free, as the Luxe model starts at $42,525 now, a figure of which is $1300 more than last year. The base price is $700 higher at $38,975 for front wheel drive models and $40,975 for all wheel drive ones. Top-of-the-line Autograph AWD models start at $57,875.