|Class||Compact luxury car|
|Body Style||5-door hatcback|
|Length||4,425 mm (174.2 in)|
|Width||1,805 mm (71.1 in)|
|Height||1,495 mm (58.9 in)|
|Wheelbase||2,700 mm (106.3 in)|
|Transmission|| 6-speed manual
|Engine|| 1.6 L M270 I4 Turbocharged
2.0 L M270 I4 Turbocharged 1.5 L OM607 Diesel I4 2.2 L OM651 Diesel I4
The Infiniti Q30 is a small hatchback built and sold by manufactured by Nissan's Infiniti luxury brand from 2016. The Q30 is built on the third generationMercedes-Benz A-Class platform to create a small, premium hatchback, and a high-riding crossover, called QX30. The Q30 is a result of the Nissan and Mercedes partnership agreement to share technology.
The production version of Q30 will be a five-door hatchback built on Mercedes-Benz's third generation A-Class running Daimler-designed, 2.0-litre, turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Initial production started in late 2015 at theNissan Motor Manufacturing UK assembly plant in Sunderland, England. In 2017, Infiniti will begin producing at a new factory in Aguascalientes, Mexico. The QX30 crossover, essentially a taller Q30, will go on sale in 2017.
The QX30 is a version of the Q30 with redesigned front and rear bumpers, grained side sills, as well as bodywork finished with satin chrome-plated inserts with metallic finish along with an increased ride height. However, in the US both the Q30 is sold as the QX30s alongside the regular QX30.
The Q30 and QX30 are offered with a choice of petrol and diesel engines shared with the third generation Mercedes-Benz A-Class. Both the Q30 and QX30 are available in front wheel drive and all wheel drive with the choice of a 6-speed manual or a dual clutch 7-speed automatic.
|Model||Engine type/code||Power@rpm||Torque@rpm||0–100 km/h|
|1.5d||1,461 cc (89 cu in)|
|80 kW (107 hp) @ 4,000||260 N·m (192 lb·ft) @ 1,750 - 2,500||11.9 s||118 km/h (73 mph)||6-speed manual|
|2.2d||2,143 cc (131 cu in)|
|125 kW (168 hp) @ 3,400-4,000||260 N·m (192 lb·ft) @ 1,400-3,400||8.3 s||220 km/h (137 mph)||7-speed automatic|
|1.6t (low)||1,595 cc (97 cu in)|
|91 kW (122 hp) @ 5,000||200 N·m (148 lb·ft) @ 1,250-4,500||9.4 s||200 km/h (124 mph)||6-speed manual|
|1.6T (High)||1,595 cc (97 cu in)|
|116 kW (156 hp) @ 5,300||250 N·m (184 lb·ft) @ 1,250-4,500||8.9 s||210 km/h (130 mph)||7-speed automatic|
|2.0T||2,143 cc (131 cu in)|
|260 kW (350 hp) @ 3,400-4,000||350 N·m (258 lb·ft) @ 1,200-4,000||7.2 s||235 km/h (146 mph)||7-speed automatic|
The design for the Q30 and QX30 is based upon the 2013 Q30 concept car. The Q30 Sport has a lower ride hight (1475mm), 19 inch alloy wheels and different front and rear bumpers.
The Q30 shares much of its switch gear with the Mercedes-Benz A-Class on which its based, however the cabin design differs in layout and materials. Additionally, the Q30 uses Infiniti's own infotainment system, Infiniti InTouch.
Upholstery choices include ‘City Black’ with purple stitching; ‘Cafe Teak’ brown and black upholstery with black stitching; ‘Gallery White’ white leather with red accents or Alcantara. 'Dinamica', an Italian suede-like material, has been applied to the roof-line and pillars.
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|Nissan||Corporate website||A subsidiary of The Renault Group|
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