Our colleagues from motor.es have published several pretty revealing spy photos of the Infiniti QX30.

Our colleagues from motor.es have published several pretty revealing spy photos of the Infiniti QX30.

Looking nearly identical to the Q30 hatch, the high-riding crossover still wears camouflage for its bumpers and seems to be almost ready for production. In fact, it’s hard to notice any major changes over the concept from 2013 – the car still features sharp lines and sporty profile, as well as sleek headlights and chrome roof rails.

Based on the Mercedes-Benz GLA, the QX30 will be offered with a range of 4-cylinder turbo petrol and diesel engines. 6-speed manual and 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmissions will likely be available. The car will be equipped with a front-wheel drive system as standard, while AWD will be optionally available.

No exact debut date has been confirmed yet, but we expect the world premiere of the crossover will take place during the Geneva Motor Show in March next year.

Hit the source link below for more spy photos.

Source: motor.es

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