It is, unfortunately, not odd at all. These electrical issues have been happening since 2016. I was unaware of this when I purchased my 2021 QX50 Sensory model. We had the same problems and more for eight months. The dealership, of course, said oh no, nothing like that had occurred before. We leased a 22 QX50 Sensory, and a week later, the same things started happening. This continued until April when Infiniti consumer affairs said to take it to another Infiniti dealership for a second opinion. They replaced my entire A/V unit per Infiniti Corp. It worked for three months and started over again; Infiniti had the A/V unit replaced again in September. This time it only took a few weeks for the issues to start happening again. I went back to consumer affairs again, and they finally decided to repurchase it and reimburse us for our payments. After we signed the agreement, they claimed there was a glitch in their system and sent a new repurchase agreement that would compensate us nothing. So now we are forced to continue paying for a car we do not drive as we work with a lawyer. Also, none of the repairs addressed any of the issues with the sensors going off all the time for no reason because there is no way to recreate the problems. So not only do the internal systems not function properly, but it is also unsafe to drive because the sensors misinterpret the information; the safety braking system can engage when it is not needed causing an accident. So be very wary of Infiniti because after exhaustive research, this is not a new issue, and they still have not addressed it but are still openly selling these vehicles.I am curious to know how your problem was resolved or if it was resolved at all? I purchased my Sensory on the 8th of MARCH (5 Months Ago) and reported issues 6 days later. My issues started out with phone connectivity problems. After several visits, phone calls and text messages to the the dealership they brought in a TSM and a DTSM to research and repair and their focusing was the AV Unit as the problem. the AV Unit was replaced just 2 weeks ago and now I am having connectivity issues with the InTouch Services. The Points of Interest (POI) are not working while "Online" with InTouch Services. While Online I get the error message "communication to the center has failed" "Would you like to continue with Offline Search" if you choose yes, the POI will populate preloaded information. The dealership simply turned the Online feature OFF and returned the vehicle to me as if they has repaired the issue. I spoke to someone with InTouch Services who told me the Telematics Communication Unit (TCU) controls the features for the InTouch Services and the TCU has to communicate with the AV Unit, if there is a problem with the AV Unit it will not communicate with the TCU to make the features work properly. The dealership has now called to tell me they need to replace the AV Unit AGAIN because there apparently was an interruption with the download of the software to the 1st AV Unit they replaced. I think the average consumer hasn't used or "played" with all the options this vehicle has to offer to know that some functions may not even work. Would love to hear more about your outcome.