Infiniti Q30 digitally imagined

Posted on Tuesday, 19 November 2013 , 09:11:07 byTheodora

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Infiniti Q30 digitally imagined

Infiniti, the luxury vehicle division of the Japanese car manufacturer Nissan, has started selling vehicles in 1989 in North America. The company’s mission was to create a new performance luxury brand to compete with the big U.S. and European luxury brands in the American market. The successful brand has just introduced the Infiniti Q30 concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show a few months ago. Well, based on this concept, some guys keen on cars and computers at the same time, working for RM Design, have imagined how the future production model could look like.

The Infiniti Q30 is scheduled to enter the world market sometime in 2015. It will be produced at Nissan’s factory from Sunderland, United Kingdom. The Q30 is destined to attract younger people, having a cheaper price than the luxurious Q50. The design of the Q30 Concept is a unique fusion of body styles reuniting the dynamic design and sportiness of a coupe, the roominess of a hatch and the higher stance of a crossover.

The hatchback imagined by the team at RM Design looks pretty nice.  Regarding the design, we might see a toned down version of the concept set to battle with premium models in this segment such as the BMW 1-Series and the Mercedes-Benz A-Class. Some rumours lead to the possibility that the 2015 Q30 will adopt a three-way adjustable ride height system but this feature has not been confirmed by the manufacturer up till now. Infiniti has some great expectations about the future vehicle. They believe 60,000 units will be sold without any doubts.

Infiniti Q30 digitally imagined image