It is no secret that Infiniti is working on a subcompact crossover/hatchback and it is known as the QX30. The car is aimed to rival the BMW X1 and Mercedes GLA as it looks to dominate the luxury subcompact segment.
Today, we can get a glimpse at how the QX30 will look like after spy shots of the car running some tests were shared online. On the downside of things, the vehicle is well-wrapped in camouflage which limits the information we can gather on it.
Regardless, we can see that the QX30 is developed on the MFA platform from Mercedes. Also, it is hinted that the baby SUV is to come with a 2L 4-cylinder engine that develops 211 bhp (157 kW) and 236 lb-ft (320 Nm) of torque.
Design-wise, we are able to tell that the QX30 has a prominent grille with a large Infiniti emblem. This is paired to a curvy body structure and recognizable taillights.
Infiniti’s Andy Palmer revealed that the QX30 will be launched not long after the Q30 gets released mid-next year. Also, the QX30 will be making a global debut instead of being a region-specific vehicle.