Infiniti Q60 Concept Reveal at Detroit Auto Show
We knew it was coming, but that doesn’t mean we weren’t left speechless when we first laid eyes on the Infiniti Q60 Concept this morning at NAIAS. It’s a great indicator of what the next couple of years will look like, since Infiniti already announced it would unveil an all-new model in 2016 based heavily around the Q60 Concept.
The Q60 Concept is a two-door coupe that boasts a streamlined body, as well as Infiniti’s classic headlamps, while giving the impression of a vehicle that can move very fast indeed. The interior boasts a handcrafted leather-wrapped instrument panel and steering wheel, and premium leather seats with quilted stitching.
The vehicle is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 engine that features both direct injection and twin-turbocharging—an engine that Infiniti is calling “next-generation.” This V6 comes from a family of engines that Infiniti will be rolling out in the coming months and years, all of which are lighter, smaller, and more efficient while simultaneously providing more power.
So while we might never see the Infiniti Q60 Concept itself on our roads, we at least know the direction the Japanese automaker is likely to take in the coming years. And if future Infinitis look anything like this, we will be happy campers.
Gallery: Infiniti Q60 Concept
- Zach GermainContributor
Zach Germain is the son of owner Steve Germain and the Executive Manager at Infiniti of Easton. A former race car driver for Germain Racing, Zach now enjoys hanging out with his dog Rocket and sharing his love for Infiniti with car enthusiasts.