A few months ago, Infiniti unveiled the Project Black S coupe and every petrolhead is waiting to get the a production version of the car that uses a F1 hybrid powertrain.
After we saw the new Q30 hatchback introduced in Frankfurt Motor Show in 2015, Infiniti is ready to bring us its higher brother, the QX30. The crossover version of the premium compact car is ready to help the brand sustain its growth in 2016. Infiniti Q30 already helped the Japanese brand to end 2015 with record sales.
Wanting to get a slice of the fast growing SUV market in Europe, Infiniti urges the launch of the new QX30 concept, its first compact crossover, derived from the future Q30 premium hatchback.