Infiniti Q30 Concept Video
Infiniti Q30 Concept Video Transcript
The next big thing in premium cars is turning out to be small. Just look at this Infiniti Q30 Concept for example. Not a dinky thing by any means, but compared to say their QX60, it looks like it just came out of a hot dryer cycle. Things like the [unk] pillars and almost too much side sculpting, that's classic Infiniti. Like Mercedes and Lexus, Infiniti is running for its life to become or stay relevant to Gen X and Gen Y and the result is something the baby boomers at Infiniti marketing call a mash-up of coupe, hatchback, and crossover. But I think it works. I would normally say you can forget about this concept car interior, but recent advances and dash technology make this one not that impossible. Not so sure about this Concept's speakers that are mounted in ceramic panels on the backs of the front seats that might stay in the design chart.
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