The Infiniti Q30 concept car has been unveiled, ahead of its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month.
Infiniti has released a teaser sketch to give us an insight into what the Q30 will look like before it is officially unveiled in September. It also gives us a glimpse into the design future of the manufacturer.
“This Infiniti Q30 Concept is a prelude to the product portfolio expansion which underpins our aggressive global growth strategy,” said Johan de Nysschen, President of Infiniti Motor Company, Ltd. “In our quest to appeal to the modern, young-minded premium customer, the Infiniti Q30 Concept has a distinctive style and reaches new levels of product quality.”
Like the Infiniti Q50, which made its debut at Detroit earlier in the year, the Q30 also takes design cues from the Infiniti Etherea concept car and Emerg-e electric supercar.
The Q30 is not only the first concept to come from Infiniti’s new Design Director Alfonso Albaisa, but also the first car three-time Formula One world champion and Infiniti’s Director of Performance, Sebastian Vettle has been involved in from the very beginning.
Production for the Q30 is expected to begin in 2015 and Infiniti also has plans to build the Q30 at Nissan’s assembly plant in Sunderland.