Infiniti has released the first picture of its forthcoming premium hatchback, the Q30, ahead of its public reveal at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Featuring much of Infiniti’s recognisable design language, the Q30 is, according to the manufacturer, a ‘category-breaking vehicle concept’ devolved for those seeking ‘urban individuality.’
A sporty drive is promised alongside excellent ride and handling. High quality materials will be used inside to create what promises to be a striking cabin.
“Design is a key pillar of the Infiniti brand – and the new Q30 Active Compact perfectly embodies this approach,” said Infiniti president Roland Krueger. “The Q30 Active Compact delivers the distinctive design, the driving dynamics and the individuality that our customers expect of an Infiniti vehicle. With our first ever entry in the compact car segment, we continue the product offensive and provide additional options for our discerning customers.”
In a boost for the UK motor industry, the Q30 will be developed in Europe and then built in Sunderland.
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