The Infiniti QX30 concept has made its world premiere this week at the 85th edition of the Geneva Motor Show. It previews a production version scheduled to go on sale next year and has received a special paint called “Warm Liquid Metal” along with 21-inch alloys and plastic body cladding. The stylish compact crossover adopts an appealing curvaceous body with a stylish front fascia and a rear skid plate. It has also gained roof rails, LED daytime running lights and a dual exhaust arrangement while the generous ground clearance enables the crossover to tackle bumpy roads.
As far as the interior is concerned, the Infiniti QX30 concept can host four people on two-tone leather-wrapped seats while other noticeable features include LED mood lighting and blue contrast stitching. It has also gained metallic trim and glossy black accents while the stylish steering wheel has a flat bottom configuration.
In terms of power, Infiniti has installed a 4-cylinder, 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine coupled to a 7-speed automatic gearbox. The production variant is going to be offered with an assortment of four-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines working as standard with a front-wheel drive layout while an AWD system is going to be available at an additional cost.