Johan de Nysschen, in his short stint as head of Infiniti, set a clear goal of expanding the Nissan premium brand's lineup beyond its U.S.-centric origins. The goal: To get on the radar in Europe and Asia. That meant smaller cars and diesels. De Nysschen has moved on, but the Infiniti Q30 unveiled Monday in Frankfurt fits both criteria, at least in Europe, where the compact hatch, to be followed by a crossover, will have two diesel options. The models arrive -- sans diesels -- in the U.S. in 2016.
Infiniti goes pint-sized
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