Infiniti is all set to debut a new model at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show this September.
This model will be called the Q30, and it should look very similar to the concept pictured above, which has been doing the rounds at auto shows for the last two years.
However, Infiniti seems to forgetting their own history, because in the press release they sent out last week, it calls their upcoming new Q30 as “its first-ever compact car.”
That is obviously incorrect, because between 1990 and 2002, Infiniti had a model called the G20, which was a compact car based on the Asian/European market Nissan Primera sedan.
Perhaps Infiniti’s press officer should do some homework before sending out the next release, to avoid such simple mistakes.