Nissan's noble daughter Infiniti presented its first compact model with the Q30 at the International Motor Show and wants to catch customers, especially in Europe. The five-door will come to the market in Germany at the end of the year. The entry-level price for the petrol version starts at EUR 24.200, and the SUV starts at EUR 26.250 with a diesel engine.
The Q30 was created as part of the cooperation between Renault-Nissan and Daimler. It uses the technology of the current Mercedes A-Class, which is why the Japanese will also have front or all-wheel drive, four-cylinder engines and seven-speed automatic. Visually, Infiniti clearly followed the Q30 Concept, which was shown at the IAA two years ago. The new Infiniti is produced by the parent company Nissan at the Sunderland plant in the UK.
At the start, the Japanese are offering the fully equipped Q30 City Black Edition for 31.670 euros. Sales for the special model, which is only available in Europe, will start in mid-September.
Author: Adele Moser / SP-X