The production version of the recently unveiled Infiniti QX30 has been recently spotted out on the road where it was being tested out.
Nissan’s luxury brand Infiniti is getting ready to officially pull the wraps off the production version of the QX30, but before this will be happening, the company is currently testing out the model and making sure that everything is in the right place and working just like it should. The test mule seen in the video posted below has been spotted near Stuttgart, in Germany, and this is a prototype wearing a lot of camouflage on its body, with twin exhaust pipes, with LED taillights and several other tweaks which will be making it different than the concept variant.
Infiniti has introduced the new QX30 at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show as a concept car. The model was wearing a Warm Liquid Metal paint and coming with body cladding, a curvaceous design and 21-inch large wheels. The production version of the model will be riding on the MFA platform, made by Mercedes-Benz and used on the A-Class, on the CLA and on the GLA and this means that we are looking at a compact crossover aimed towards the C-Segment, a future rival for models such as the BMW X1. The production variant will be put together at the Sunderland factory, in UK, at the Nissan facility. More details on the topic are limited for the moment but you can check out the test mule of the QX30 in the clip posted below.