Structural Safety and Traction Control
The 2017 INFINITI QX30 comes standardly equipped with an advanced airbag suite, including front, side, overhead (roof-mounted), and driver’s side knee airbags. In the front seats, built-in occupant sensors maximize impact protection on an individual level, deploying to the appropriate volume based on who’s in the seat.
The INFINITI QX30 was strategically built to distribute impact and minimize harm to those onboard. Underneath it all, its Zone Body construction features front and rear crumple zones and a reinforced passenger compartment.
Aside from these safety staples, the QX30 relies on several active drive features that are constantly at work, evaluating the output of important mechanics like the engine, steering, and brakes to ensure a smooth and steady drive.
In front-wheel drive QX30s, Vehicle Dynamic and Traction Control systems monitor wheel spin and maximize grip during everyday driving. In available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive versions, up to 50% of the engine power can be sent directly to the rear wheels when needed, providing secure performance when the roads get slick.
[Learn more about the INFINITI QX30 and its advanced technology features in this overview.]