Infiniti has showcased the all new QX30 which should be sharing engines with its rivals like the Mercedes GLA and the BMW X1 among other competitors.
Infiniti has recently showcased its all new wheel drive crossover named the QX30. This is known as a sister car to the amazing Q30 hatchback which was shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The QX30 comes with a stylish mesh grille design along with a chrome garnish which runs along the lower and upper edges. The bumper looks more conventional in comparison to the one present in the concept. This also comes with a faux skid plate too. The vehicle gets raised seating and body cladding in black. The QX30 also comes with enticing LED tail lamps in addition to a prominently showcased skid plate, integrated dual exhaust and a sharply slanting windshield.
The interiors are quite similar to the Q30 and sport a 7 inch touch screen infotainment system which works as the command centers. Safety features in the car include parking assistance, adaptive cruise control and a fabulous Around View monitor. The AWD Q30 engine should be present in this car and it could also come with a 2.2 litre 168 BHP diesel engine. There should also be a 2.0 litre 208 BHP petrol engine. The vehicle can also get an overhauled suspension system with an all new anti-roll bar and springs that are stiffer in comparison. This will definitely work to balance the extra 45mm of ride height. The car will be manufactured with the regular Q30 at the plant owned by the brand in Sunderland, United Kingdom. The car should be sold globally in the middle of 2016 and should be competing with established biggies like the Mercedes Benz GLA and the BMW X1.