A new batch of spy shots with the Infiniti QX30 has arrived at our office, this time giving us the chance to have a look at its trunk.

A new batch of spy shots with the Infiniti QX30 has arrived at our office, this time giving us the chance to have a look at its trunk.

Previewed by a concept at last year's Geneva Motor Show, the QX30 is almost ready to show its production face as Infiniti is currently making some final tests ahead of the crossover's reveal later this year. It will ride on the same Modular Front Architecture (MFA) as the Mercedes-Benz GLA so expect that trunk to swallow around 421 liters of cargo with the rear seats up as in the Daimler version which is available with an optional Load Compartment package that moves the rear seat's backrest into a steeper position to boost capacity to 481 liters.

The attached spy photos show two prototypes of the Infiniti QX30 which will be joined by an A-Class-based Q30 hatchback variant later this year when both models will hit the assembly line at Nissan's factory in Sunderland, UK. Power will come from an array of turbocharged four-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines working with a 6-speed manual and a 7-speed dual-clutch sending output to the front axle while select engines will be optionally paired to an AWD system.

Look for an official debut of the Q30 / QX30 duo in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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