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The 2017 Infiniti QX30 premieres at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Infiniti hopes that the highly sculpted compact crossover grabs the eye of young buyers when the model goes on sale next year.


Infiniti reveals the new QX30 compact premium crossover, a more rugged take on the Q30 set to take on the likes of the Mercedes GLA, Audi Q3, BMW X1. and Lexus NX.


Just One Of 30 Confirmed World Debuts

Infiniti will show the production-spec QX30 crossover in Los Angeles in November. This is just one of 30 world debuts confirmed for the 2015 LA Auto Show.


The Infiniti QX30 Concept has debuted in Geneva, and we like its aggressive looks and production promises.


Infiniti's next move will see it go to the rapidly expanding compact crossover market, with the "earmarked for production" QX30 Concept arriving in Geneva.


Infiniti is finally flipping on the light switch to show off the rear end of its QX30 Concept ahead of the luxury compact crossover's debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show on March 3.


Infiniti is preparing a crossover followup to its Q30 Concept for the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, and we've got an early teaser. See what's changed since Frankfurt.


Dedicated Performance Products To Be Offered Across All Model Lines

Johan de Nysschen had only been at the helm of Infiniti for two years when he left for a position atop Cadillac. But in that time, he indeed left his mark on the brand. Most visibly, there was the drastic Q-ification of the company's vehicle naming strategy, but beyond that were big plans to beef up the Infiniti brand with the goal of making it a fully competitive luxury automaker.


Infiniti suffered a huge blow a few weeks ago when CEO Johan de Nysschen jumped ship after two years on the job to take the helm at Cadillac. As boss, he spearheaded change within the Japanese luxury brand and was among the biggest champions of the Q50 Eau Rouge. However, the company is far from sunk. Plans put in place prior to de Nysschen leaving are still on the table, according to Nissan product planner Andy Palmer to Automotive News, and that could mean a rosy future for the once AWOL LE se


The name of the game these days in the luxury marketplace is premium compacts. BMW has the 1 Series and 2 Series, Mercedes the A-Class, B-Class, CLA and GLA, Audi has the A1 and A3, even Lexus has the CT 200h. Among the last to get in on the action is Infiniti, but that's all about to change.

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