The automaker didn’t come out and say that in its press release for the QX50 Concept, but it’s clear that the crossover was designed to fit the fuel-efficient power plant. In addition to having the revolutionary engine under its hood the concept also features a striking cabin. The QX50 we tested was just OK on the inside
, but this new look seems promising. Infiniti mixed leather types and colors, resulting in a look that is modern and elegant. The human machine interface (HMI), aka Infiniti’s odd name for its infotainment touchscreen, also looks much sharper than what it's currently running out. Hopefully the company does away with that stacked screen setup once and for all.