The Infiniti Edition 30 range will debut at Monterey Car Week.
Monterey Car Week is now just around the corner, which will host some exciting new model debuts. Rumors have suggested Bugatti will unveil a new limited-edition Chiron inspired by the EB110 SS supercar from the 1990s. Acura will also present a brand-new concept previewing the revival of its Type S performance line, and the 2020 NSX with a stunning retro paint job. Now, Infiniti has announced it will be celebrating its 30th anniversary at the event by debuting a slew of new special edition models.
Debuting at the 2019 Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance next week, the new Edition 30 line comprises of specially trimmed versions of the Q50, Q60, QX50, QX60 and QX80. Each special-edition model comes with standard driver assist tech usually offered as part of Infiniti's ProAssist package, such as Intelligent Cruise Control, Distance Control Assist, Around View Monitor, Backup Collision Intervention and Predictive Forward Collision Warning.
Further distinguishing the 30 Edition models is a unique exterior grille surround, fender trim and rear finisher in dark chrome, as well as black side-view mirrors, dark-finish wheels, and a body color rear apron.
"Infiniti was born to redefine the rules within the luxury space, and we continue to deliver a level of luxury that is meant to be lived in and to be experienced to the fullest," said Jeff Pope, group vice president, Infiniti Americas. "The Infiniti Edition 30 models are the latest representation of this vision, bringing together inspired design and advanced driver assistance technology that we pioneered."
The Infiniti Edition 30 range will go on sale as 2020 models in the fall. More details such as pricing will be available closer to the on-sale date. This isn't the first time Infiniti has launched a special edition model to celebrate its 30th anniversary, as the Q50 Signature Edition was unveiled earlier this year with unique exterior enhancements and new standard equipment.