The first generation of Infiniti FX had a ground braking design which turned into its winning card. For the new model, designer tried to maintain that character while refreshing and updating some details for it to look fresh. They seem to have got a bit carried away though! Anyway, official pricing is announced for both FX 35 and FX50 models in the U.S market. Follow the jump to learn more…
The FX35, equipped with a 303 hp V6 engine starts at $42,400 for the RWD model, while the AWD version will cost you $43,850. The FX50, powered by a 5.0 liter V8 developing 390 hp only comes with AWD system and starts at $58,400. Both models has a seven-speed automatic transmission.
Some of the standard equipments on both 2010 Infiniti FX models include: double-wishbone front/multi-link rear suspension and large 4-wheel disc brakes, Continuous Damping Control (CDC), Rear Active Steer, Intelligent Brake Assist (IBA) and 21-inch super lightweight aluminum-alloy wheels designed by Enkei, top-notch 11-speaker Bose audio system with satellite radio and bluetooth, Intelligent Cruise Control (Full-Speed Range) and available Around View Monitor system. Solid magnesium paddle shifters are also available exclusively to the FX50 as part of its optional Sport Package.
The cars are also packed with active and passive safety features such as: Distance Control Assist (DCA), Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Departure Prevention (LDP) systems, as well as Forward Collision Warning (FCW)