Nissan’s luxury brand Infiniti will showcase the concept version of the Q30 next month, during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, as the company has recently announced.
The Japanese based automaker Infiniti has big plans for its future models and one of these plans will be the development of a brand new car, the Q30. But before the model will make its way onto the market, the carmaker will test the public’s reaction to it at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, where the concept version will be brought. The announcement has been made official by the company and if everything goes as planned, the vehicle might arrive in dealerships in late 2014 or early 2015.
“When you see speedy big cats, like cheetahs, they have a slenderness and a lightweight stride. It’s almost like they’re floating. That’s the muscularity we were aiming for with [the] Q30 concept”, said Alfonso Albaisa, the Infiniti executive design director.
The brand new Infiniti Q30 will be a luxury sedan which will slot below the current Q50. The model is believed to be inspired by the Etherea Concept and it will use the MFA platform from Mercedes-Benz, which is found on the new A-Class and B-Class. Some four-cylinder turbocharged engines, signed by Mercedes, are also expected to be used, as part of the same deal. Additional details on the Infiniti Q30 Concept are limited for the moment and will be announced in Frankfurt.