Infiniti took steps towards its growth in the premium compact segment with the world premiere of the QX30 Concept at the Geneva International Motor Show, in Geneva, Switzerland.
The event will run until March 15.
The QX30 concept is Infiniti’s design vision for a new premium compact crossover, targeting at a new generation of individualistic premium customers, said a company statement.
Bringing together the sleek lines of the coupe with the command sitting and all-wheel drive of a crossover, the QX30 Concept promises to be just as capable navigating city streets as it is exploring weekend getaways, it added.
Roland Krueger, President and CEO of Infiniti, said: “With the QX30 Concept, we’re showcasing a distinctively contemporary alternative in the premium compact segment for those who want something more than the status quo.”
An international team designed the QX30 Concept to appeal to the global customer. Complementing the vehicle’s higher stance, the designers added visual cues which instantly identify the concept as a crossover such as 21-inch wheels, large tires, lower bumper, sculpted skid plates, and very distinctive roof racks, it stated.