When Infiniti unveiled the Q60 concept car at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, there were few to believe that the Japanese premium automaker would actually build the vehicle in the same shape. Usually, concept cars are just show-offs but nothing more. However, for Infiniti, that was a moment of truth, and the end result was an almost identical vehicle. Moreover, the small changes it made to the original concept car looked even better on the production model.
With its low stance, long hood, and arched greenhouse, the Q60 looked just like it should for a personal luxury coupe vehicle. Its curved, arched lines and sharp angles made the car look like a custom build. At the front, the thick chromed rim surrounding the grille offered an upmarket image. Moreover, the sharp, human-eye-looking headlights fitted with LED and smart lighting technology enhanced the car's appearance and ensured a better night-driving experience. From its profile, the Q60 Coupe revealed an intriguing window line that formed a Z-shaped bump at the back. A reminder of the old, glorious Z-cars from Nissan.
Inside, the front seats were comfortable, with adjustable side bolsters. The aluminum trims that looked like silver carbon-fiber patterns successfully combined the sporty and elegant appearance. On the center stack, the carmaker installed a new generation of the infotainment system, with touch-screen control instead of the older, button-based unit. But despite the modern-looking features, it still relied on a foot-activated parking brake. The rear seats provided just enough headroom for shorter passengers but enough legroom.
Under the hood, Infiniti installed a choice of Mercedes-Benz-sourced inline-four, turbocharged engines and its own twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 powerplant. Power went to the rear wheels via a seven-speed automatic gearbox supplied by the German carmaker.