The 2009 Infiniti FX's overall length is unchanged from the old model, but it looks longer, thanks to a lower, sleeker nose. Good thing for that, and the now luxury-car-requisite side vents in the front fenders, or the new FX would be another case of Nissan and Infiniti design evolution over expression. At first glance, it could have been the old FX up here on the stand in an offsite launch in Geneva, especially in its Buickcentric honey-nut ale color. Like virtually every new Nissan and Infiniti introduced in the last three years, it has all-new sheetmetal -- much of it now made from aluminum to save weight -- without looking all new. Still, the sleeker nose is a nice touch, a good sign that someone high up in Nissan management is paying attention.