A 2013 addition to the Infiniti line-up, the JX35 a mid-sized premium crossover vehicle was capable of carrying up to seven passengers. Competition to the Mercedes-Benz GL or Audi Q7, the Infiniti JX35 was assembled at Nissan's Smyrna, Tennessee production plant. Offered as a front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive model, the JX35 featured the pairing of a 265-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine with a continuously variable transmission. Boasting greater 2nd and 3rd row seat legroom than the Cadillac Escalade, the Infiniti JX35's true three-row cabin provided premium comfort as well as practicality. Standard features on the luxury crossover included leather seating, power front seats, tri-zone automatic temperature control and Infiniti Intelligent Key. An available Deluxe Touring Package on the Infiniti JX35 added Advance Climate Control System operating with climate-controlled front seats and a Plasmacluster air purifier. In 2014, the JX35 was renamed the QX60 in compliance to Infiniti's new model name structure.