Infiniti has unveiled the first official photo of its new compact Q30, ahead of the car’s world premiere at the Frankfurt motor show later on in September this year.
Described by Infiniti designers as a “category-breaking vehicle concept”, the public premiere of the Q30 comes exactly two years after its precursor, the Q30 Concept, was introduced at the 2013 Frankfurt show.
“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,” said Infiniti boss Roland Krueger.
The Q30 underwent final testing and development in Europe. It will be built in Sunderland in the UK which then becomes the fourth country on three continents to build Infiniti vehicles.