The Infiniti QX50 concept – the brand’s vision for a next-generation premium crossover – makes its Asia debut this week at Auto Shanghai
The Infiniti QX50 Concept, which will make its global premiere at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, is intended to showcase the brand’s vision for a next-generation mid-size premium SUV
Infiniti has announced the prices for the QX30 in the UK, which it describes as a Premium Active Crossover. The new car, which will hit the showrooms in a few months, is priced from £29,490 for the QX30 Premium rising to £33,370 for the top QX30 Premium Tech.
Infiniti will be presenting its new QX30 premium active crossover at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The company says the all-new QX30 boasts a purposeful, elevated appearance that makes a bold visual statement, joining the Q30 as part of Infiniti’s new premium compact model line-up, reflecting the ‘Powerful Elegance’ design approach that guided the original QX30 concept.
Infiniti says the first British customers have now taken delivery of their Q30s. The compact premium model is built at Nissan’s UK factory near Sunderland, and production started in December.
Infiniti starts production of the Q30 active compact today in Sunderland, UK, as the first vehicle officially rolls off the assembly line.
The all-new Infiniti Q30 has received the maximum five-star rating by independent vehicle safety organization, Euro NCAP.
The Infiniti QX30 premium active crossover is making its simultaneous global debut at the 2015 Los Angeles and Guangzhou international motor shows – signalling the next phase of the company’s global growth strategy.
Making its world premiere at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show (15 September), the Infiniti Q30 active compact is a new type of premium vehicle for a new type of consumer. Representing Infiniti’s first global entry into the fast-growing premium compact segment, the Q30 will play an important role in helping the company realise its plans for global growth.