Following a teaser campaign, the Infiniti QX30 concept has made its debut in the metal at the Geneva Motor Show.

Following a teaser campaign, the Infiniti QX30 concept has made its debut in the metal at the Geneva Motor Show.

It was September 2013 at the Paris Motor Show where Infiniti took the wraps off the Q30 hatchback concept and now its crossover sibling has been introduced in Geneva. Both cars will receive a production version very soon and will be built at Nissan's factory in Sunderland, UK. The concept seen here wears a special "Warm Liquid Metal" paint and has received body cladding and the typical oversized wheels which in this case measure 21 inches.

The curvaceous exterior is combined with a sleek four-seater interior with LED ambient lighting and two-tone leather-wrapped seats. It should be mentioned the cabin has been essentially carried over from the aforementioned Q30 concept only this time it has a different color theme.

Under the hood resides a four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine teamed up with a 7-speed automatic transmission. The production versions of the hatchback and crossover will ride on Mercedes-Benz's MFA platform which means the cars will have a lot in common with the A-Class and GLA, respectively. Expect an assortment of four-cylinder gasoline and diesel engines sending their power to a standard FWD layout or an optional all-wheel drive system.

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Infiniti QX30 concept unveiled in Geneva