2019 Infiniti Q30 Rumors – The great news for all those lovers of small premium cars is that the 2019 Infiniti Q30 is going to get an update. Although are still waiting for an official confirmation, this is pretty much for sure.
This stylish hatchback was launched in 2015. Still, a concept version was presented a few years before and that’s the time we saw this beautiful silhouette for the first time. The production version came almost identical. Considering that this design is more than five years old, it becomes clear that some updates are necessary if the company wants to keep its entry-level model competitive. Of course, the focus should be on the visual changes.
Most likely, this update will be a classic facelift. This means that the focus will be on the visual changes, the mechanical aspect should remain untouched. So, expect 2019 Infiniti Q30 to come with a more attractive appearance.
Naturally, a big majority of the changes will be at the front, but other areas could suffer as well. The company will continue with the evolution of its current design language. We should see some revisions to the grille and probably a completely new front fascia. The front bumper will come reshaped as well, featuring sharper lines and larger air intakes.
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While the exterior design of 2019 Infiniti Q30 is going to receive some big changes, the interior should rather remain pretty much the same. Still, some minimal tweaks are expected. The base design of the cabin will definitely remain the same, though we could see some smaller revisions on the dashboard. Those should be minimal changes, in terms of small details. On the other side, the core of interior changes should be in terms of standard equipment.
The 2019 Infiniti Q30 will definitely continue with the same trim level organization, but each version will receive some novelties, in terms of safety, comfort, convenience, or even entertainment. Rest of the interior should remain unchanged.
Besides undoubtedly amazing visual appearance, a wide range of engines is another great thing about this luxury hatchback. As you probably know, this model is based on Mercedes A-Class, so there are some German engines in the offer as well.
Still, the base model features Nissan’s familiar 1.6-liter gasoline engine, which comes in two output configurations, with either 120 or 155 horsepower. It comes in a pair with 6-speed manual transmission.