Infiniti has been relatively quiet about their upcoming entry-level model but new details are starting to emerge about the Q30.

Infiniti has been relatively quiet about their upcoming entry-level model but new details are starting to emerge about the 2015 Q30.

Designed to slot beneath the redesigned Q50, the Q30 will reportedly come equipped with a three-way adjustable ride height system that will enable the model to have the benefits of both a car and a crossover. Little else is known about the system but Nissan executive vice president Andy Palmer told Autocar the model will battle the Audi A3 and Q3.

As we have previously reported, the Q30 was previewed by the Etherea concept and is expected to ride on the Mercedes MFA platform that underpins the A- and B-Class. The model will be built in Sunderland, England and Infiniti hopes to sell 60,000 units annually.

2015 Infiniti Q30 to have an adjustable ride height system - report