Infiniti have announced that they will upgrades for 2018 Q30 and QX30 models. These upgrades are meant for European market. The most noticeable changes in the upgrades are how the trims are named for Q30 and QX30. For instance, entry-level Q30 is branded as Pure which was earlier named as SE. It is equipped with forward collision avoidance, automatic headlights, and LED running lamps. Other features include Bluetooth audio streaming, and a multi-function leather steering wheel. Apart from it, there are Luxe and Sport trims for Infiniti Q30 range and the range-topping version is dubbed as Luxe Tech and Sport Tech versions.
As the name suggest, Luxe is inclined towards providing luxury whereas Sports is much more dynamic. Key features in Luxe and Sport trims are Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection and 12 parking sensors. Other than that Q30 Sport and Sport Tech variants gets sports bumpers and a 20 mm lower ride height. Q30 isn’t the only model to receive such interesting upgrades. QX30 also gets some new upgrades. For instance, 2018 Infiniti QX30 also receives Luxe and Luxe Tech grades.
There are few evident changes in 2018 model that are 19-inch, five-spoke alloy wheels, and other minor tweaks. The price for Infiniti Q30 1.6 Sport starts from £20,600. European customers can book their order of Infiniti Q30 and QX30. The units will arrive at showroom in March. Do tell us what you think about these upgrades in the comment section below.