Infiniti Excites Us (Not) In Los Angeles With “Edition 30” Models

Infiniti won’t be bringing the QX55 coupe crossover to the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show and is instead relying on an armada of Edition 30 special editions to get some time under the limelight. Getting the special trim treatment are the brand’s most popular models, namely the Q50, Q60, QX50, QX60 and QX80.

With an MSRP of $43,700, the Q50 is the most affordable model, followed by the $49,700 Q60 and $45,300 QX50. The QX60 and QX80 start at $50,850 and $66,750, respectively.

“For our 30th anniversary, we’ve been focused on looking 30 years forward while celebrating the momentous technological and design innovations of our past and present, said VP Jeff Pope. “This includes our Edition 30 line of vehicles, which we are honored to showcase at the Los Angeles Auto Show this year.

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In addition to the new nomenclature, the Edition 30 cars boast a new look, with distinctive design features that are unique to them. They are available in one of three exterior paint finishes, named the Majestic White, Graphite Shadow and Black Obsidian, have an ‘Edition 30’ badge and ride on 19-inch wheels for the Q50 and Q60, and 20- or 22-inch for the QX50, QX60 and QX80, with a dark chrome look.

The interiors are complete with handcrafted materials and the limited-run vehicles also sport a few safety assistance systems. Part of the ProAssist package, these are the around view monitor, distance control assist, backup collision intervention, predictive forward collision warning and intelligent cruise control.

Also present at the Infiniti stand in Los Angeles are the Project S and Qs Inspiration concepts.

 

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