A defining characteristic of the Q30’s design is that it has an elevated stance while still retaining a roofline height comparable to a traditional compact. The result: a distinctive, coupe-like silhouette that is emphasised by a shallow side glass area.
The Q30 takes Infiniti’s signature design cues and evolves them into new dynamic shapes. It has a Q50-inspired double-arched 3D mesh grille that fluidly transitions into the headlamps. The dramatic curves and turbulent lines flow up the signature double-wave bonnet, moving over the fenders and across the bodyline into the strong shoulder of the car.
The signature Infiniti C-pillar arcs forward in a dynamic crescent shape that emphasises motion, even when stationary. The long, low-slung roofline dramatically contrasts with the elevated stance to add visual impact.
The Q30’s coupe-like design belies its interior space and functionality. Cabin room is highly competitive, with a 13 cubic-foot rear cargo area.
Our designers have also selected the highest quality materials and processes available to create a modern-looking and luxurious cabin.
The Q30 Premium Active Compact will deliver a dynamic driving experience unique to Infiniti. Development started at the brand’s technical center in Japan before moving to Europe for final development and testing. In total, over 750 Infiniti engineers in Japan and Europe were involved in the car’s development.
The QX30 Active Crossover Concept, with it’s higher stance, 21-inch wheels, bigger tires, and lower bumpers is set to be launched at the Los Angeles International Auto Show this November.