The Infiniti QX80 is a three-row luxury SUV that rides on a truck-like frame for strength and toughness. It is spacious inside, has an updated infotainment system and handles well for such a large vehicle. The sole powertrain is a powerful 5.6-liter V8 engine (400 horsepower, 413 lb-ft of torque) matched with a seven-speed automatic transmission that provides a capable 8,500 pounds of maximum towing capacity.
The 2021 QX80 comes standard with more advanced safety features than ever before, and drivers are incredibly excited to have blind-spot monitoring at even the base level. And now the Infiniti QX80’s blind-spot monitor comes standard on all levels.
As safety features become more common to include at base levels, the 2021 QX80 is no exception. The 2021 model comes standard with more safety features than ever before, and drivers are most interested in the blind-spot monitoring, which is rarely included in a base level.
The blind-spot monitor is a device that detects other vehicles around the driver’s side and rear that you can’t see in your mirrors. It gives you the comfort of knowing if it’s safe to change lanes without needing to twist your head around to look.
Blind-spot monitors significantly increase road safety, especially on busy highways, and they’re becoming vital for large vehicles like the QX80 that have more blind spots than smaller cars and SUVs. Alerts can be either auditory or visual, and some vehicles vibrate the steering wheel for you. Some blind-spot monitors even adjust your driving for you if it senses a car in your blind spot when you start to change lanes.