Infiniti has unveiled QX30 crossover concept at 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Infiniti QX30 concept is based on the recent Q30 four-door hatchback. Once launched, it will compete with the likes of Mercedes GLA, BMW X1 and Audi Q3.
The five door crossover is based on a Mercedes derived modified MFA platform (also seen on the Q30). The concept measures 4,430mm in length, 1,815mm in width and stands 1,520mm in height and has ground clearance of 192mm.
Infiniti QX30 concept boasts of a well sculpted body and sits on 21” wheels. The concept could receive a 2.0 liter four cylinder turbo petrol engine and a 2.2l diesel turbo (both Mercedes sourced), mated to a 7 speed automatic transmission, though details of power and torque have not yet been detailed.
Exteriors will sport a well designed front fascia with innovative new body work and a dual exhaust system. Highlights on board will include LED daytime running lights, roof rails and a rear skid plate while interiors will be seen in a two toned leather finish with blue accents. A flat bottomed steering wheel and mood lighting will form other interior features.
Targeting young and adventurous global buyers, the Infiniti QX30 concept is designed by an international team. It is ideally suited for weekend getaways and also proves its stance in bad weather, urban traffic and even in poor road conditions.