The Infiniti Q30, which features an asymmetric cabin design, will arrive at U.S. Infiniti dealerships in the first half of 2016.
Pricing has not been announced, but it is expected to come in around $30,000-$32,000.
Nissan's upscale brand said it turned to the high-fashion industry for inspiration in the Q30's cabin. Details include the use of Dinamica suedelike material from Italy. It lines the roof and support pillars of the interior.
The first official photo of the Q30's exterior was released earlier.
Technical details have not been disclosed. According to widespread media speculation, the Q30 will get a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine from the Mercedes portfolio. Infiniti declined to confirm powertrain specifications.
Edmunds says: The first photos of the Q30's cabin will help luxury shoppers envision themselves behind the wheel.