Infiniti expects cheap prices to help attract new customers.
According to recent sales figures, Nissan's struggling luxury brand has sold just 153 examples of Q30 and Q3X so far in 2018, but it is hoping that the latest range revolves around it.
Infiniti has changed model names, simplified lineups and introduced a drive-away price in the bid to make compact cross-source more popular. Q 30 Range has been reduced from five models to two while QX 30 is now available only in a trim line.
Infiniti has also addressed some of the key standard tools, including the rear-facing camera and digital radio.
Gary Street, Managing Director of Infiniti Car, said, "We have heard customer talk and have focused on increasing Infiniti Q30, Infiniti QX30 and Infiniti Brand and this is based on feedback."
"This car deserves high market share, and we think changes in this range give them every opportunity to succeed."
The Q30 range starts with a cost of $ 44,900 for a pure model with the Q30 Sport, now only $ 46,888 drive-away; Below 52.900 plus on-roads, when it was previously known as the Q30 Premium.
The only remaining QX30 is the former GT premium model, now its name is QX30 Sport and $ 56,900 more than $ 49,888 down-down from Drive-Down.
Both models are powered by a single 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo petrol, which produces 155 kW power and 350Nm torque.
Standard equipment in all the models includes LED headlights, high beam aids, adaptive front-lighting systems, lane department alerts and traffic sign recognition.