Infiniti has released this image ahead of the 2015 Geneva Motor Show which shows us a first full view of the Infiniti QX30 Concept. The QX30 will be a crossover companion to the Q30 hatchback, which by the way still hasn’t come out yet since its debut as a concept in 2013 at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Previously a shadowy image depicting a rear view was shown, and with this new image we still don’t know what the front will look like, but then again with Infinitis it’s not hard to guess, and we even have spy photos and a spy video to refer to, which you’ll be able to find at the end of this story.


Both the Q30 and QX30 are said to be built on Mercedes-Benz’s front wheel drive platform, which should essentially make them Infiniti’s counterparts for the A-Class and GLA-Class.

According to Infiniti, the designers have given QX30 Concept a more pronounced aluminium-trimmed bumper up front, while rounding up the rear with a skid plate to complete its crossover looks. Those wheels you see are 21 inchers wrapping wheels that have a mix of three-dimensional milled aluminium finished in different tones which interlock.

GALLERY: Infiniti QX30 spyshots