The network came photos of the new crossover Infiniti QX30, which was seen during the tests in Spain. This time, it was even less camouflage.
The crossover looks almost the same as the Q30 hatchback, with which it shares a single platform. Of course, the ground clearance increased. In general, the production model does not seem to be much different from the 2013 concept.
The novelty will receive a number of 4-cylinder petrol and diesel turbocharged engines, as well as a manual or automatic transmission with a double clutch. The front-wheel drive system will be available as standard, while optional customers will be able to choose a model with four-wheel drive.
The world premiere of the crossover is likely to take place during the Geneva Motor Show in March next year.