The seven-passenger Infiniti JX35 will be the first Infiniti model to use a continuously variable transmission to change ratios.
The 2013 Infiniti JX35 seems to be custom-made for distracted parents, with seating for seven, advanced and innovative driver aid technology, and a full infotainment and rear-seat entertainment package.
To raise money for Coaches vs. Cancer, Infiniti sold a new JX35 for half the $54k sticker price on Gilt, while the discount online retailer donated the full value of the vehicle to the charity.
The Infiniti JX, the first luxury vehicle built in Tennessee, recently rolled off the production line to join the rest of the Infiniti Inspired Performance lineup.
Nissan released a teaser photo of its new Pathfinder concept, to be shown at the 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.