After the new Q30 had a huge success in Europe, Infiniti introduced its crossover brother, the QX30. We are talking about the same car but with a higher ground clearance, ready to tackle decent off-road challenges.
The new QX30 was unveiled for the first time during this year Geneva Motor Show and be available in showrooms across Europe in early summer this year.
At its market introduction, QX30 will be available in two trim levels, equipped with a 170hp 2.2d diesel engine with an intelligent all-wheel drive system and 7-speed dual clutch transmission.
QX30 Premium starts at £29,490, the top version, QX30 Premium Tech, will be available from £33,370.