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.