The Infiniti Q60 got rid of the 2.0-liter four-cylinder and 3.0t sport trim in 2019 in exchange for a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6. Automatic emergency braking was made standard in 2019 for the LUXE, and Red Sport trim options. The Q50 is coming in reconfigured this year as less complicated, and the hybrid model was ditched. Instead, forward-collision braking, and the innovative predictive forward-collision warning are now standard. The predictive forward-collision warning sensing around the vehicle right in front of you and can warn of possible danger farther up ahead. The Essential, ProAssist, Performance, and Sensory packages that arrived in 2018 and now standard for the 3.0t sport. The 2019 QX30 has the option of in-touch navigation by Infiniti for the LUXE trim, in addition to the new 19-inch wheel package. This sleek SUV crossover borders on the look of a high-seated, sporty sedan and rides like one, too.