Infiniti's Q30 entry luxury sedan will arrive in the U.S. market with a single engine choice — a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that makes 208 hp, Infiniti has announced.
The Q30, a hatchback that marks Infiniti's entry to this segment, will deliver its power through a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The Q30 will offer standard front-wheel drive and optional all-wheel drive.
The European Q30 will offer additional diesel engine choices, including a 1.6-liter with either 120 hp or 168 hp, a 1.5-liter that makes 170 hp, and a 2.2-liter that makes 168 hp. The latter two engines use a 4-cylinder configuration.
The Q30 will also arrive with technologies such as Automatic Park Assist, Around View Monitor, Moving Object Detection, Blind Spot Warning, Forward Collision Warning with Forward Emergency Braking, Auto High Beam Assist and Intelligent Cruise Control.
The car will get Infinti's InTouch infotainment system from the Q50. The vehicle will go on sale later this year. Infiniti, which has not revealed a model year for the vehicle, unveiled the Q30 at the Frankfurt auto show.