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Infiniti has commenced production of the Q30 active compact at its newly built manufacturing facilities in Sunderland, United Kingdom. Effectively, the Infiniti Q30 was the first vehicle to officially roll of the site's assembly line.
Likewise, the Q30 is Infiniti's first vehicle to be manufactured in Europe. As part of its global growth plan, Infiniti invested over $375 million (£250 million) into the Sunderland site, leading to the creation of around 300 new jobs.
The Sunderland site now has around 6,700 workers. Infiniti decided in 2012 to have the Q30 built in the UK, recognizing the quality standards achieved by Sunderland's workforce over many years. Then, the site opened the way for thousands of new workers, all trained to become Infiniti's new generation of premium car builders.Read the entire article First Infiniti Q30 rolls off assembly line at new Sunderland facilities
Infiniti has unveiled to the world the newest member of its premium vehicle family at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show – the Infiniti Q30 compact. When launched, the Q30 is going be Infiniti’s first entry into the luxury compact segment.
Likewise, the Q30 is being marked as vital to the carmaker’s plans for global growth as it is targeted towards a new generation of buyers who are unwilling to be defined by the vehicles they choose. Infiniti’s latest product is available in SE, Premium and Sport versions – each having its own distinct design, dimensions and driving performance.
With three available variants, customers can now further personalize their Infiniti Q30 according to their needs or preferences, whether on the exterior or in the interior. For instance, the Q30 Premium features LED front fog lamps, chrome dual rectangular exhaust finishers, body-colored and heated door and mirrors, and 18-inch alloy wheels.Read the entire article Infiniti Q30 premium compact unveiled at 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show
Nissan Executive Vice President Andy Palmer has just confirmed on its Twitter that the company will build the Q30 premium compact car and the QX30 crossover. Company’s president Johan de Nysschen announced that the two new vehicles will be built in the UK (Sunderland) next year.
For those who don’t know, the Infiniti Q30 Concept made its debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) and received some positive feedback due to its impressive design.
Although it isn’t just a rebadged version of the Nissan Juke, the Infiniti QX30 crossover is expected to use the same platform. No further details are available yet, but as soon as we will find out something we will let you know!Read the entire article Infiniti president confirms Q30 premium car and QX30 crossover, will be built in UK
The Infiniti Q30 Concept shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show is the first of five new vehicles that the luxury carmaker plans to launch globally by end of the decade, Infiniti President Johan de Nysschen told Automotive News in an interview. Nissan currently has six existing offerings; the addition of “at least” five new ones will bring the lineup’s total to 11 by 2020.
De Nysschen remarked that Infiniti will be covering -- by its definition – around 90 percent of the segments they want by then. He added that Infiniti will also have its U.S.-oriented lineup revamped.
According to de Nysschen, the luxury brand needs diesels, a small luxury vehicle similar to the Q30 and a high-end halo car. He also disclosed the possibility of offering a "highly versatile platform" that would underpin a Q70 successor, a "high-powered, high-performance luxury car," and that unit’s shorter wheelbase coupe version, which could become Infiniti's halo car.Read the entire article Infiniti Q30 Concept is first of 5 new vehicles for global markets
Infiniti has unveiled a concept version of its new Q30 crossover hatchback at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The new Q30 features a slightly raised ride height, sweeping roofline and self-assured looks – all designed to attract younger buyers expected to account for 80 percent of global luxury car-buyers by 2020. Infiniti plans to focus the Q30’s global production at its Sunderland site in the United Kingdom with an annual output of 50,000 units from 2015.
The luxury carmaker also plans to sell the Q30 in North America and China. Once built, the Q30 will become Infiniti’s second-biggest seller behind the new Q50, which is being produced at an annual output of 65,000 units. Johan de Nysschen, Infiniti president, remarked that the shape of the Infiniti Q30 concept “deliberately challenges categorization,” noting that it is neither a coupe nor a hatch nor a crossover so that it would entice younger buyers who “desire to disrupt convention."
The Q30 concept is described as 95 percent faithful to the 2015 production version, both on exterior and interior styling. Leading the styling team for the Q30 is none other than Infiniti’s head of design Alfonso Albaisa. He describes the Q30 as having “contours sculpted with fluidity” and its side profile as having “artistry and ambition.” The Q30 boasts of a rising beltline as well as sheet metal decorated with sharp-edged styling features.Read the entire article Infiniti unveils Q30 Concept at Frankfurt Motor Show [Live Photos]
Infiniti released today the first photo with its sleek Q30 Concept that will have its premiere in September at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA). The production version of this concept will target a new generation of customers. Set to be unveiled to the public on September 10, the Q30 Concept embodies company’s vision to deliver an impressive design, innovative materials with precise fit and finish and passionate craftsmanship.
As you can see, the Q30 Concept is not a coupe or a hatch or a crossover, but a fusion of the three body styles. Infiniti says that merging the dynamic design and sportiness of a coupe, the roominess of a hatch and the higher stance offered by a crossover will resonate with these customers.
“The Infiniti design team, led by Executive Design Director Alfonso Albaisa, has explored bolder, sensual sculpting and enhanced muscularity with the Q30 Concept as the brand’s design language continues to evolve.” Said the press release.Read the entire article Infiniti Q30 Concept: first photo revealed
At the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, Infiniti will bring a new compact luxury concept dubbed Q30. As expected, the new vehicle targets young buyers and as its name says it, it will be priced below the company’s smallest current model, the recently introduced Q50. For the moment there are not much details regarding the Q30, but the Japanese manufacturer says that its new concept car will use innovative materials, as it wants to appeal to a new generation of premium customers.
The new Infiniti Q30 Concept is definitely a coherent design study, evident on the fluidity of its contours and the dynamism of its stretched silhouette. This is also evident on the originality and ambition of its interior.
Infiniti intended the new design language of the new Infiniti Q30 Concept to fully reflect its intention to deliver a product that excels in terms of design, materials, craftsmanship and performance, as well as fit and finish. The harmonious relationship between the body’s bold sections and intersecting lines has resulting to an elegant interplay between light and shadow. Its body surfaces, meanwhile, feature a shape that evokes that of graceful cats like the cheetah.Read the entire article Infiniti Q30 Concept announced for the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA)
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