Debuting in concept form (pictured, above and below) at the same motor show two years ago, the Q30 will give the Japanese carmaker its first player in the competitive premium small car segment.
Infiniti says the road-going Q30 is currently undergoing testing in Europe ahead of the unveiling, including a stint at the carmaker’s Engineering Centre at Cranfield in the UK.
Following the September unveiling, sales are expected to begin for European markets before the end of this year. The Q30 has yet to be confirmed for an Australian debut.
A compact SUV model based on the Q30, called the QX30, will follow. The QX30 was unveiled earlier this year, and production is set to begin sometime in 2016.
Expect more news on the Q30 closer to its unveiling. Stay tuned to TMR for more.
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