LONDON: The Infiniti Q30 compact concept first debuted at the 2013 Frankfurt International Motor Show and the car is now due to return to the show once more in its full production dress-up.
Infiniti, the luxury vehicle division of Japanese carmaker Nissan that’s headquartered in Hong Kong, is keen on the Q30’s official debut that’s due in less than 90 days (Sept 17-27).
The Q30 will go on sale in Europe towards the end of 2015 with other world markets to follow.
Development on Infiniti’s first-ever compact car started in 2014 at its Engineering Centre in Cranefield, UK and is currently undergoing validation and dynamic tuning in Europe was well as across the UK.
More news on the Infiniti Q30 active compact will be released closer to the Frankfurt show in September.