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Infiniti QX30 Concept Brings Style


Infiniti QX30 ConceptMaking it’s debut at the Geneva Motor Show the Infiniti QX30 shows off the company’s bright ambitions of expansion into the premium compact segment. A mixture of coupé style design with the high sitting, four wheel drive aspect of a crossover give the Infiniti a good blend enabling you to do what you want, when you want.

“QX30 Concept foreshadows an entry in the premium compact segment that provides a stylish alternative to the existing offer in this segment. The vehicle embodies our conviction to give customers the freedom to go wherever they want, whenever they want – in a style that turns heads and makes a statement, in a way that expresses their individualised character.” said Roland Krueger, Infiniti President and CEO.

Infiniti have realised that a modern generation of younger buyers are no longer interested in traditional values when in comes to designing a car and instead look for a contemporary and crisp design that accommodates for their urban lifestyles. The QX30 appeals to a wide audience as Infiniti aim to expand themselves globally through markets such as China and Europe as well as the United States.

The QX30 is the latest addition to a wide range of vehicles that Infiniti have shown clear intent to put into production. This is proven through the Q30 being built in the UK this years as well as the Q60 scheduled to go into production next year, which is when the QX30 is targeted for production.

The styling of the QX30 concept will be slightly toned done from what you see before you, much in the same way with the Q30. Inside we see a more or less developed interior with a combination of blue and brown leather as well as an ambient purple glow omitted from various components. The engine in this particular concept is a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine and that is all – it feels strange not mentioning what sort of electric motor it is also available with these days but as it stands this is just powered solely by petrol, whatever that is. This does however suggest that a more traditional approach means that production can begin sooner than expected for the QX30.