One of the most appealing perks added to it is the addition of infinity's blind spot intervention and this is available in the technology package. With this technology, the infinity QX is able to alert the driver when and if there is another vehicle in the blind spot and takes over the steering wheel to keep the infinity QX in its lane if the driver goes astray.
A Bose cabin surround sound is also now featured in the deluxe touring package and two more speakers have been added, which now brings the total number of speakers to 15. The second row seats in the deluxe touring package which were heated are now moved into the theater package. The deluxe touring package features headlight washers on their rear wheel models. The 2012 infinity QX SUV has a suspension that exudes a sole dual wishbone design on the front and rear. This is complemented by twin flow twin tube shock absorbers and an automatic rear leveling system, which regulates the uniformity of the ground clearance and departure angle, even when the vehicle is loaded or towing another. This works by automatically adjusting the air pressure in the air bladders that come with the system.
Braking is facilitated by a 4 wheel disc brake setup, with the help of a hydraulic brake booster that keeps the increases overall responsiveness. It is also equated with ABS anti-lock braking system and electronic brake distribution (EBD). The pricing remains pretty much in the same bracket for the new QX for 2012. The QX 2WD starts at $58,700 and the all-wheel drive model takes an additional $3100 making it a total of $61,800. Both models are powered by the same 5.6 liter V8 engine and the 7 speed automatic transmission by infinity. Buyers interested in the new 2012 infinity QX SUV's should be aware that you can only get it in one trim and in either a four wheel drive or two wheel drive version. There are however upgrades for the QX SUV, which include five levels to choose from. This new 2012 model has mainly the same things from 2011 only with a few more features in it. Taking a closer look at the QX SUV, it is obvious that not many of the larger luxury SUV's now offer this type of combination with a roomy cabin, great off and on road capabilities and a high tech interior. When compared to its toughest rival the Cadillac Escalade, the QX SUV is much curvaceous and sleek. This vehicle gives the Cadillac a run for its quality and money.