Designer Johnny Jiang has unveiled the Infiniti QX90 concept car, a vehicle that closely resembles the Tesla Cybertruck, albeit with a few key differences, aided by the fact that it won’t start production anytime soon, if ever. report from Janko Design explains.
The QX90 2028 is designed with a future of semi-autonomous vehicles – the car allows drivers to quickly switch between “drive” and “relax” modes. The interior of the sedan includes a panoramic glass roof, which adds a feeling of saloon when in “relaxing” mode. The rear passenger seats rotate 180 degrees to provide a better view and help passengers socialize.
The look, meanwhile, has a smooth aesthetic that makes it look like a Cybertruck that was not designed by a A small child of a Tesla engineer. The chrome exterior, along with several sharp corners, makes it look like a Cybertruck while removing the retro appeal of this car in favor of a more modern, smooth aesthetic design.
Autonomous salon on wheels
The Infiniti QX90 is designed as a level 4.5 car with a built-in AI satellite that can take over if and when needed. AI can find a free parking space as soon as it enters a parking lot and can also change the car’s interior atmosphere if it feels that the driver is stressed to improve concentration or relaxation when in driverless mode.
In July last year, Elon Musk said It was Tesla “very close” to achieve level 5 of autonomous driving. In May, however, Tesla acknowledged that their CEO had exaggerates these claims, which makes autonomous driving visions a little further away than last year.
This does not stop car manufacturers from inventing strange designs. Just last week, Citroën presented a modular autonomous design of pods which also turns urban mobility into a relaxing experience, similar to a gym or a moving gym, depending on the rider’s preferences. While the Infiniti QX90 concept may never go out on the street, the concept keeps the thrill of manual driving while providing a vision in which autonomous cars can double as impressive wheelhouses.