Infiniti is working on an all-new Q30 model, which is expected to be launched in the next two years.
According to global boss Andy Palmer, the Q30 will sit “between the Audi A3 and Audi Q3″ landing it in a niche market made possible by a three-way adjustable ride height system.
One thing Palmer stressed however is that the Q30 won’t be a rehashed variant of the Nissan Qashqai (sold in Europe), but rather it’ll be a “car that can span established brackets within the market.” The Japanese automaker will base the Q30 off its Etherea concept (above) which debuted at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, and proves that Nissan and Infiniti will continue to enjoy success in cross-established car segments.
In the same intervie, Palmer also revealed that Infiniti has no plans to build a flagship sedan larger than the current M model.
GALLERY: Infiniti Etherea Concept
[Source: Autocar UK]
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