Infiniti has begun to tease its latest QX Sport Inspiration concept, ahead of the car’s official Beijing Motor Show debut.
As part of Infiniti’s product offensive, the QX Sport Inspiration points to a future medium SUV from the brand, which will borrow styling cues from the Q60 coupe.
A single, darkened teaser is all Infiniti has offered in the lead-up to the concept's reveal, with the car's profile still under wraps for the time being.
Infiniti is keeping details of the new SUV to a minimum, but the QX Sport Inspiration shows LED headlamps which reach into the upper edge of the grille, in a style not dissimilar to the smaller Q30 and QX30 (below).
The QX Sport Inspiration could point to a replacement for more than one vehicle in the current Infiniti line-up. The QX50, which isn’t offered in Australia, is the oldest vehicle in Infiniti’s range and could compete as a rival for the likes of Audi's Q5 and the BMW X3.
It’s also possible - but less likely - that the slightly newer QX70, which is offered for sale here, could be forecast by the QX Sport Inspiration.
Infiniti is yet to announce the details of the powertrain or dimensions of its Beijing show car, but with official proceedings set to begin in less than a fortnight, more details are expected to flow through soon.