The Infiniti Q60 concept is one of the starts of this year’s NAIAS edition in Detroit. It previews a production model set to go on sale in the near future as a “high-performance sports coupe” with styling cues derived from the Q50 Eau Rouge and Q80 Inspiration concepts. In terms of physical dimensions, the two-door fastback is 4690 mm long, 1865 mm wide and 1370 mm tall while inside the cabin it gets high-end materials like different types of leather. It comes with four bucket seats, leather-wrapped double hand-stitched steering wheel while the instrument panel and door inserts are covered in black & white leather.
The Infiniti Q60 concept is equipped with a new twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 engine of undisclosed output. We do know that it benefits from direct injection and it’s the same motor which has powered the Q80 Inspiration concept. According to Nissan’s premium marque, this engine is part of a new series of smaller, efficient and lighter engines that will find their way underneath the hood of future Infiniti cars in the next two years.