Infiniti has handed down a new and more revealing look at its coming QX30 crossover, revealing a host of new details in the process.
It remains to be seen if the production Q30 will retain its tall ride height - an approach similar to that taken by Citroen with the DS 4 - or if it will be lowered to become more of a conventional hatch.
As for the QX30, Infiniti has bulked up the concept’s body-kit, adding larger contrasting flares for that faux off-roading look, along with new side mouldings and a painted skid plate at the rear.
There’s also integrated roof rails up top, new 21-inch wheels down low and larger exhaust tips at the rear.
“We wanted the spontaneous fluidity of the QX30 Concept design to cut through the urban clutter and rigidity, reflecting its go-anywhere and spur-of-the-moment nature,” Infiniti design boss Alfonso Albaisa said.
“The QX30 Concept has been designed to make occupants feel safe and protected inside, and customers can drive in or out of the city without worrying about nicks to the chromework.”
For more on the QX30 concept, see our earlier article here. Watch for the QX30 to make its global premiere on March 3 at the Geneva Motor Show.