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2013 Infiniti JX Luxury Crossover Concept: Final Teaser

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We've reached the end of the teaser campaign for the new JX Concept. The full unveiling will happen this evening at Pebble Beach.

A teaser sketch was revealed in April, and has been followed with seven teasers. Styled as a new seven-seat luxury crossover, the 2013 Infiniti JX is part of the "Power of 7" social media campaign.

As yet, Infiniti hasn't released any other details on the vehicle, but it will be a 2013 model released in the spring of 2012, with a full production debut at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show in November. It is also expected to be built in the U.S.

We'll have the full details and imagery as soon as the car is officially released, so check back this evening.

In the meantime, click here to view spy shots of a prototype of the new luxury crossover.

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  1. that is a pretty boring shape all things considered. It borrows heavily from the Mitsubishi Outlander and Toyota Kluger in stying. Which i must say is a far cry from the Murano-esque stylign of the the drawing in motion picture
     
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  2. I agree, a bit bland here. It totally looks like the Highlander (Kluger to you Aussies).
     
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  3. LOL, agreed on all counts! Nothing nice came out of this brand yet. I rather get me a Toyota or Mitsubishi, at least they are not pretentious.
     
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  4. I really like this picture! i like the curvy side profile.
     
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