Upgrades to the Infiniti EX Have Been Spotted Overseas
It hasn't taken long for word of the Infiniti EX's redesign to hit. Now everyone has one question on their mind though, which is "will we ever see these great upgrades here in the U.S.?" Well really, only time will tell. But that won't stop us from feasting our eyes on the newly redesign Infiniti EX from across the pond.
The upgraded Infiniti EX will now feature the Japanese automaker's Connectiviti+ navigation and entertainment platform, which is equipped with Bose Audio on every trim level. That is not all though; the EX will also gain All-wheel-drive, Xenon cornering headlights, and a 7 speed automatic transmission as standard features.
The Connectiviti+ system is equipped with a 30GB hdd (hard disk drive), which drivers can use to store stallite navigation maps, 3d graphics, points of interest, and voice recognition commands. The system also features 11 Bose speakers, USB ports, Bluetooth connectivity, and DVD playback. And, of course, what would an entertainment system be without some music storage? The Connectiviti+ system can store 10GB of music (or about 300 CDs), which can be identified and labeled using the Gracenote database.1
Drivers who step up to the EX GT models will notice 19-inch wheels, an electronically adjustable steering column, leather trim, and heated power seats. But, the real perks come in the form of the Infinitu EX GT Premium. Drivers who option for this vehicle will be rewarded with a glass sunroof, premium Bose sound system, and optional Malbec Black paint with a Scratch Shield finish.2
We may not have the upgrades to the EX here in the U.S. yet, but at Passport Infiniti of Alexandria we have Infiniti's full lineup, with models like the QX56 and M45. You can stop by and see us in person at 160 S Pickett Street Alexandria, VA 22304. And, remember to stay tuned for more news, coming soon from Infiniti!