It's good it doesn't fall into any category, it works in Infiniti's favor since the QX30 will need somewhere to sit, because we know for sure it can't be anything higher than a CUVInfiniti said before that the q30 will be a mix of sedan, hatchback, and CUV. So really I think that the q30 won't fit very well into any one segment. I don't think that is a bad thing. It probably means that the vehicle will be very versatile; suitable for a wide range of different customers.
I am wondering if other brands will come out with a similar vehicle to the q30 so that they have competitors in whatever segment the q30 falls into or has created.
i wouldn't be surprised if they also have some terrain setting for off-roading, just mild off-roading for people that want to take the Q30 up to their cottage, the beach, etcDepending on the ride height it could be a hatchback too... The height is adjustable apparently.