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Sunday cruising is for your grandparents, but the joy of driving isn’t lost on this generation of explorers, either. We just need a new way to navigate; one that combines our penchant for tech with our need for discovery. Infiniti took note, and is bringing back the glory days of driving with its all-new Infiniti Q30, a perspective-shifting car that transforms the road into a place of endless exploration.
The Q30’s elevated stance and low-slung roofline offer glorious city views, and the cruising for some is only enhanced by The Seeker, a digital compass specially created by Infiniti for a select number of influencers. This handy little piece of technology opens things up to an entirely new way to roam. Fitted with a GPS that can point you to any location on Earth, The Seeker uses a dial to show you the way and lights to show you how close you are to your desired destination. The amount of twists and turns you want to take along the way is completely up to you.
To celebrate the launch of the Infiniti Q30, the company sent a select handful of people on a little adventure. Using The Seeker as his compass, Cool Hunting Editor-in-Chief Josh Rubin set forth around the cobblestone streets of Krakow in search of an awaiting Infiniti Q30. Josh makes his way from a balcony in the center of town to the stunning, sculptural ICE Building where the Q30 is ready for his journey. To really capture the test drive from his perspective, the Infiniti team mounted six sphere cameras onto a drone for one incredible 360° test drive. This seamless panoramic experience gives you the option to change the perspective as you follow along. Watch as Josh jumps behind the wheel and tours the charming Polish capital, driving around the famous Main Square.
Josh’s amazing 360° test drive is just the start. You can also put yourself in the driver’s seat by taking the new Infiniti Q30 out for a spin. Learn more about the Infiniti Q30 and book your test drive now.
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