The Infiniti QX30 Concept has been unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, which is taking place at the moment.
The Infiniti QX30 Concept looks very close to production-ready, and a production version will indeed be released in 2016.
“Making its debut at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show, the QX30 Concept cements Infiniti’s ambitions to expand into the global premium compact segment, which is forecast for significant growth with the entry of younger affluent customers. Combining the sleek lines of the coupe with the command sitting and all-wheel drive of a crossover, the QX30 Concept is just as adept at navigating high street as it is exploring weekend getaways,” says Infiniti.
The QX30 is undoubtedly stylish, with coupe-like lines and an eye-catching front end. The grille is prominent and a set of daytime lights add some visual flair. The vehicle sits on large 21-inch rims.
The vehicle is apparently powered by a two-litre four-cylinder engine that is mated to a seven-speed automatic gearbox. Infiniti confirmed that the production QX30 will be available in both petrol and diesel, and will come with an AWD system.