The first official photo with the Infiniti QX30 Concept is revealing the design of the one-off crossover ahead of its public debut which will take place at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, this March.
After being teased in an image a couple of weeks ago, the brand new Infiniti QX30 Concept is now revealing its shape in an official photo released by the Japanese based automaker. The model in question is riding 30 mm higher than the Q30 hatchback concept and in its final production shape, it will be using the MFA platform, the same one found on the A-Class, CLA and GLA, signed by Mercedes-Benz and also shared with the Q30.
“The QX30 Concept has been designed to make occupants feel safe and protected inside, and customers can drive in or out of the city without worrying about nicks to the chromework”, said the Infiniti executive design director, Alfonso Albaisa.
The new Infiniti QX30 Concept is bringing the roof rails which are flanking the glass roof, the sculpted skid plate, the lower cladding carbon fiber and the large 21-inch alloy wheels with a 3D design and different shades. Keep in mind that this is a one-off vehicle and in production form it will be more toned down. The final variant of the QX30 will be shown over the next few months and production should take place in Sunderland, at the Nissan facility. More details on the model are limited at this time and will be announced at the Swiss automotive event.