2007 New York Auto Show: Infiniti EX Concept

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Infiniti is calling this new compact crossover a concept, but the EX will reach production this year and the final product will look remarkably like this when it arrives at dealerships before the end of 2007.

Infiniti isn’t revealing much about the engine, but we’re guessing it will be a version of the 3.5-liter V-6 found in the G35 sedan, though producing much less power. There could also be a highly tuned four-cylinder like the one in the Nissan SE-R, but we don’t want to speculate too much.

What we do know is there will be two technological gadgets in the EX. One is a lane-departure warning system so you don’t wander into another lane of traffic. The other is much more interesting: Called the Around View Monitor, it uses cameras on the front, side and rear of the car to allow the driver to see more of the blind spots in parking situations.

We’ll learn more about the EX next week at the New York Auto Show, but from the initial image and the fact that this will be out soon, we’re pretty excited as of now.

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Comments 

J

Is this a replacement for the FX, or is it more like a RDX fighter?

Its an RDX, LR2, X3 fighter yes.

MSS

Is this the Inifiti version of the Nissan Rogue?

Daffy Duck

This looks like it could be the new Stagea morph that has been rumored to be an SUV instead of a station wagon. It does have the new Skyline front look, so why not?

matt

It does look like a Rogue from the back.

matt

It does look like a Rogue from the back.

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