Infiniti has released some official photos anticipating the in person reveal of the QX30 production model.
The QX30 is that surprising since it is very similar to the QX30 concept that was unveiled in Geneva, and it also is only a shade different from the Infiniti Q30.
The design looks instantly recognizable as an Infiniti, looking almost exactly like the Q30... only more rugged. Apart from the increased ride height, suitably ruggedized lower bodywork, and telltale (but slimline) roof rails, it adopts the same curvaceous, organic lines as the hatchback, and signature double-arch grille and kinked C-pillar as you'd expect from any modern Infiniti.
The Q30 will use a 2.0-liter turbo four that produces 208 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Technical details will be disclosed closer to the on sale date for the QX30 which will be midway through next year.
The QX30 will be competing against vehicles like the Mercedes GLA, Audi Q3, BMW X1 and Lexus NX.
I'm waiting for them to release more info. apparently there's going to be two trim levels?
Entry-level models will start at £29,490, with the top-spec Premium Tech version priced at £33,370.
I wonder what the difference will mainly be.
Premium (how it's offer in the U.S.) has always been at the top of my list and for the little more you pay monthly it's worth it. Can't imagine the package being much different for those in the UK and other nations where Infiniti is sold.
Here's what the QX50 (U.S. Spec) premium plus includes, just Key Features
- Infiniti Navigation System[*]
- Streaming Audio via Bluetooth®[*]
- Infiniti Voice Recognition[*]
- Around View® Monitor with Front and Rear Sonar Systems[*]