Infinti unveiled the QX30 concept at the Geneva auto show, a compact SUV featuring new and unique design that is set for production next year.
GENEVA -- The QX30, on display here at the Geneva auto show, is a new concept from Infiniti, showing off new design language for a smaller segment of cars.
The QX30 concept is a compact SUV, and uses similar styling to the Q30 small hatchback that Infiniti will put into production this year.
The roof rails for the QX30 form a graceful line.
21-inch wheels may be a little large for a production version of the car, but they give the QX30 concept an impressive stance.
The QX30 uses a rear-wheel-drive platform, but will likely be offered with all-wheel-drive.
These odd blades on the roof will probably not see production.
Diamond upholstery and thick brown leather give the cabin a plush feel.
The QX30 would have a seven-speed automatic mated to a 2-liter turbocharged engine, according to Infiniti's initial specs.
The center stack looks at first glance like a futuristic design, but what is shown here are basic audio controls.
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