RM Design has envisioned the Infiniti Q30 concept as a production model. Due in 2015
RM Design has envisioned the Infiniti Q30 concept as a production model.
Infiniti unveiled the Q30 concept a couple of months ago at IAA in Frankfurt when they said a production model is scheduled for a 2015 market release. RM Design decided not to wait that long and create a possible look for Infiniti's upcoming compact model which will be manufactured at Nissan's factory in Sunderland, United Kingdom.
The car will be aimed at the younger crowd so most likely it will be Infiniti's most affordable model. Design-wise, expect to see a toned down version of the concept set to take on premium models in this segment such as the BMW 1-Series and the Mercedes-Benz A-Class. Various reports are indicating the 2015 Q30 will adopt a three-way adjustable ride height system but this feature has not been confirmed yet by either Nissan or Infiniti.
Infiniti plans on selling around 60,000 units of their upcoming entry-level model.