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Rutherglen Reformer - - Drive Time Extra -

went into de­vel­op­ing the Q30 was made for the in­di­vid­ual. For ex­am­ple, the al­loy wheels al­low for true per­son­al­i­sa­tion, with a laser-cut­ting process en­abling the pre­cise ap­pli­ca­tion of an ac­cent colour of choice. The process is so pre­cise that the be­spoke coloured lines can be as thin as 0.3mm, of­fer­ing a sub­tle way of mak­ing the car your own.

The Q30 Pre­mium in­cludes LED front fog lamps, body- coloured and heated door mir­rors, as well as chrome dual rec­tan­gu­lar ex­haust fin­ish­ers and 18-inch al­loy wheels.

The face of the Q30 Sport is slightly dif­fer­ent, thanks to a be­spoke bumper and gloss black front grille. Other mod­el­spe­cific fea­tures in­clude 19- inch al­loy wheels, cus­tom body-coloured side sills and a sporty rear bumper.

The In­finiti Q30 will go on sale later in 2015 with prices start­ing from £19,780 for the petrol ver­sion and from £20,730 for diesel mod­els.

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