Japanese car make Infiniti have unveiled the QX30 at the LA Motor Show.
Infiniti originally revealed the QX30 as a concept car at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show but the production model still carries a lot of resemblance.
Exterior of the car features the usual Infiniti styled front grille and headlights along with chrome trim. A crease from the front grille flows all the way back to the rear lights. The rear of the car sees dual exhausts integrated within a skid plate.
The QX30 has an elevated ride height which complements an intelligent all-wheel drive system along with precise handling capabilities. Infiniti say the car is able to “take on urban, suburban and winding rural roads in all driving conditions.”
Inside you find a 7 inch touchscreen infotainment system, full leather with contrasting stitching and hints of wood trim.
The Infiniti QX30 will go on sale in mid 2016.