INFINITI has announced that the new Infiniti QX30, its new premium active crossover which will be in showrooms across Europe in early summer, will cost from under £30,000.
At launch the Infiniti QX30 will be available in two trim levels.
It will be powered by a 170hp 2.2d diesel engine with an intelligent all-wheel drive system and 7-speed dual clutch transmission.
The Infiniti QX30 Premium starts at £29,490, while the top version, the Infiniti QX30 Premium Tech, will cost from £33,370.
Infiniti QX30 has just had its European debut at Geneva Motor Show. Infiniti says that it attracts customers seeking an SUV with handling and performance that’s equally at home in town and on winding or rural roads.
In Geneva it shared the European premieres of Q60, the stunning 400hp new sports coupe, and the significantly updated Q50. At the heart of the Q60 is an all-new lightweight and sophisticated ‘VR30’ 3.0-litre V6 twin-turbo engine.
Infiniti has established a comprehensive and highly attractive range for customers in Europe and elsewhere around the world, forming an excellent basis for further growth globally.
Infiniti QX30 targets new generation of buyers
It brings a series of new technologies enhancing safety, comfort and convenience, all expressed by a powerful and rugged yet elegant appearance.
Created for a new generation of premium buyers, the all-new QX30 boasts a purposeful, elevated appearance that makes a bold visual statement.
It will be joining the British-built Q30 just launched as part of Infiniti’s new premium compact model line-up.
Remaining true to the ‘Powerful Elegance’ design approach that guided the original Infiniti QX30 concept, the new QX30 model demonstrates Infiniti’s design-led approach to product development.
The British-built Infiniti Q30 has already given Infiniti a substantial boost to global sales. See our story headed British-built new Q30 helps fuel Infiniti’s sales charge.