The Infiniti QX50 enters the second year of its second generation with this 2020 model and, already, the automaker is making tweaks and adjustments to stay competitive.
New for 2020 are two new trim levels: A new Sensory model that's nicely equipped and this Autograph edition with its 20-inch black finish wheels and luxury features.
What hasn't changed is the blend of performance and efficiency from the 2.0-liter VC-Turbo engine, averaging 25 mpg combined when equipped with all-wheel-drive.
Infiniti's ProPilot Assist advanced highway driver aid tech is standard on the Autograph and optional for the QX50 Sensory.
Perhaps the best reason to opt for the top-tier Autograph is its optional Premium White Leather package.
This unique colorway matches creamy white leather with chocolate brown leather trim and a brown suede headliner.
Pantone Classic Blue suede trim for the dashboard and center console makes this interior treatment really pop.
The dashboard tech gets an upgrade for 2020 with a higher resolution upper display. We're still not sold on this dual-screen, stacked setup.
The software, aside from being more responsive and polished, hasn't changed since last year.
The upper display is, basically, dedicated to the map.
New for 2020 are standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity.
The upper screen, where the phone interface lives when connected, is a bit of a stretch to reach from the driver's seat.