There was a time when Infiniti was sold here by Universal Motors Corporation--never mind if it was merely a short-lived, one-model (Q45) affair. So, in a way, Nissan's luxury brand is somewhat relevant to our market. And who knows? With Nissan Motor Company's expected return to the Philippines, we wouldn't be surprised if Infiniti made a comeback.
Whatever happens, happens, right? In the meantime, here is Infiniti's latest concept car, the Q30, to be officially unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month.
The Q30 concept, according to Infiniti, "embodies our vision to deliver head-turning design, innovative materials with precise fit-and-finish and passionate craftsmanship, while provoking a radical shift in the premium compact segment. The shape of the Q30 deliberately challenges categorization--not a coupe, not a hatch and not a crossover, but a fusion of the three body styles. It is designed for younger customers seeking an alternative to traditional premium compact vehicles and open to convention-challenging approaches."
Is it just us or is this Infiniti concept car really reminiscent of Mazda's Kodo design language? Take the poll.