In the fall of 2013, in Geneva, the Japanese presented a concept called Q30 hatchback and now with small adjustments, it turned into a crossover!
As it normally happens in the case of a CUV, the main focus is clearance, which in the case of QX30 is 30 mm higher than the previously presented concept. The car will use the platform taken from Mercedes-Benz, which is the basis of A-Class models and also GLA.
Nissan plans to launch the new model by the end of 2015 and will make it available in several versions with diesel or gasoline engines and front-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive. Of course, the mass production version will undergo some design changes and will drop the oversized 21-inch wheels!