INFINITI has released a list of standard luxury and driver-convenience features making their way to next year’s QX55 SUV.

Having just debted for the 2022 model year, the QX55 looks to sweeten the deal for ‘23 by adding some extra amenities. All three grades are also subject to INFINITI’s Premium Car maintenance program, which is an integrated 3-year plan including inspections, oil changes and tire rotations.

The three available trims are LUXE, ESSENTIAL, and SENSORY; all three will sport leather-appointed and perforated seats, as well as ProPILOT Assist for safety and convenience advantages. The driver’s seat will be a bit more comfortable thanks to 4-way power lumbar adjustment, and the door handle-integrated LED welcome lights should help everyone circumvent nearby puddles at night; the side mirrors are now auto-folding and heated.

Inside, a Type-C USB port is standard for the rear passengers. All QX55’s come with INFINITI’s dual-screen infotainment system, projecting onto an 8-inch upper and 7-inch lower screen; Apple CarPlay is wireless, but Android Auto remains wired. Active noise cancellation is also thrown in for all three grades, as is a Bose 16-speaker audio system.

Stepping up to the ESSENTIAL grade means Traffic Sign Recognition and unique cube-shaped LED headlights, outfitted with auto leveling and adaptive lighting. The SENSORY grade is at the top of the QX55’s lineup, boasting heated second-row seats and the same 4-way power lumbar support now for passengers.

The 2023 INFINITI QX55 starts at $50,175 for the LUXE grade, $55,275 for the ESSENTIAL and $58,825 for the SENSORY (which include the $1,025 deliver charge). Models are expected to arrive in US dealers this summer.