There is no hotter automotive segment than compact SUVs, and that includes luxury utilities such as the Infiniti QX50. Despite a redesign in 2019 that included the world’s first production variable combustion ratio engine, to keep the QX50 competitive, Infiniti has been constantly upgrading it’s smallest five-seater and that effort continues for the 2021 model year. Besides changes in color and trim, all 2021 models gain a standard WiFi Hotspot, acoustic laminated front side glass, and rear seat side impact airbags with Automatic Collision Notification and emergency call. Specific models also gain additional standard feature. All QX50 models are available in front and all-wheel drive. Prices start at $37,950 and they are arriving at dealers now.