Limited-run specials based on Q50, Q60, QX50, QX60 and QX80 debut with full suite of driver assist technologies ahead of North American sales launch next month.
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Infiniti Cars has revealed Edition 30 models based on most of its current North American line-up, ahead of a public debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

The Q50, Q60, QX50, QX60 and QX80 have all received the special-edition treatment, headlined by a full suite of driver assistance systems as standard which the company says it "has brought to market".

All models come equipped with adaptive cruise control, the 360-degree 'Around View Monitor' camera system, along with AEB in forward and reverse.

Other appointments for the Edition 30 range are a special dark chrome grille surround, dark chrome exterior accents, along with dark-finished alloy wheels.

Further details for each individual model will be announced closer to the sales launch in the North American fall.

Australia

Infiniti Cars Australia has confirmed the Edition 30 models will not be available Down Under, with no further updates regarding the local launch of the new QX50 SUV either, as the local arm awaits the commencement of right-hand drive production.

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