Infiniti's limited edition EX30d features 19-inch alloys and membership to an exclusive club
20 January 2011

Infiniti has announced its limited edition EX30d, the company has dubbed Black Premium.

Based on the EX30d GT Premium, the Black Premium will be limited to just 150 units for Europe, and features 'Malbec' black metallic paint, 19-inch alloy wheels, graphite leather interior, Bose sound system, sunroof and aluminium roof rails.

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Power comes courtesy of the company’s 3.0-litre, V6 diesel unit producing 235bhp and 406lb ft of torque.

Also featured with the car is membership of Relais & Châteaux’s club 5C, usually available by invitation only: this includes one night with dinner and breakfast for two at one of the club’s hotels.

According to the company, ‘this exclusive car marries Infiniti’s passion for luxury and performance with the passion for hospitality and fine cuisine,’ offering benefits that ‘simply cannot be bought.’

Available to order now, the EX Black Premium costs £45,671.

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