Infiniti has officially unveiled the QX30 concept, ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

Infiniti has officially unveiled the QX30 concept, ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

Designed to preview a 2016 production model, the concept features a Warm Liquid Metal exterior with plastic body cladding and 21-inch alloy wheels.  The crossover also has a stylish front fascia, curvaceous body work and a dual exhaust system.  Other notable highlights include LED daytime running lights, roof rails and a rear skid plate.

The four-seat interior comes nicely equipped with two-tone leather seats, blue contrast stitching and LED interior mood lighting.  We can also see a flat-bottomed steering wheel, gloss black accents and plenty of metallic trim.

Power is provided by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that is connected to a seven-speed automatic transmission. Infiniti was coy on performance specifications but confirmed the production variant will be offered with a variety of petrol and diesel engines which will be backed up by an all-wheel drive system.

Infiniti QX30 concept unveiled [video]