The crossover is 30 mm taller than the Q30 Concept hatchback.
Infiniti has revealed the Infiniti QX30 Concept crossover, which will be showcased at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show starting on March 3, 2015. A teaser image of the vehicle was released earlier this month, along with the confirmation that the concept will pave way for a premium compact crossover.
The first official picture reveals the vehicle's rear three quarter view, and shows the design's "dual wave" effect. The lower cladding gets carbon fibre, the roof is made of glass, and roof racks are sleek.
The front gets an aluminium trimmed bumper while the corresponding part at the rear gets a skid plate. The cladding in the lower part of the body makes for a rugged appearance, while the large, dual trapezoidal exhausts accentuate its sportiness.
The car sits on 21-inch wheels, and is 30 mm taller than the Q30 Concept hatchback that was showcased at 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. Earlier media reports suggest that, like the hatchback, the QX30 Concept is will be based on MFA (Mercedes Benz Front-wheel drive Architecture) that underpins the A, B, CLA, and GLA Class vehicles.
Further details can be found in the press release below the gallery.
Infiniti QX30 - Press Release
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