Infiniti Kuraza Concept 

  • 2005
 
” He’s right, because the chunky, retro-looking exterior sits on the current Infiniti QX56’s SUV platform and employs its 315-hp, 5.6-liter V-8 and all-wheel drive.
by RON-KIINO (Jan, 2005)
Infiniti hopes to use the Kuraza in the same manner as the Triant, a past concept: as a look into the future.
by AutomobileMag News (Dec, 2004)

Data points Key details of the Infiniti Kuraza Concept

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Infiniti Kuraza Concept

www.supercars.net
Infiniti will also show production versions of the powerful new 2006 Infiniti M performance luxury sedan, which goes on sale at Infiniti dealerships nationwide in early spring 2005.
The Infiniti Kuraza Concept design exploration offers exceptional amenities and roominess for all passengers, including unhindered access to the rear seats through the use of third-row doors.
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Infiniti Kuraza Concept

by RON KIINO |
Car & Driver News
Auto Shows arrow Infiniti Kuraza Concept 2005 Detroit Auto Show Nissan’s VP of Corporate Communications, Simon Sproule, summed up the Kuraza concept: “The hardware on the Kuraza isn’t the focal point of this car.
It boasts comfortable business-class-style seating for six adults and the latest manufacturing techniques to create what is perhaps the most luxurious interior ever seen in a sport-ute.
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2005 Infiniti Kuraza Concept

AutomobileMag News
The boxy, yet somehow curvaceous, shape was clearly dictated, however, by the desire of the design team to create a truly people-friendly interior.
The ecru-colored leather seats are meant to echo the shape of the traditional Japanese kimono and the large vertical screen that occupies the center stack is programmed to display changing images of nature in addition to important information.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

general

Brand Infiniti
Year 2005

transmission

Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion

engine

Fuels Gas
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