It’s getting crowded in Coupé World
Infiniti's Q60 coupé is now available in Europe, with sales starting this October.
When it's not seen hanging out with Jon Snow (Kit Harington in real life) for marketing purposes, the Infiniti Q60 is getting ready to meet the competition – aka BMW 4 Series, C-Class Coupé and Audi A5 – with a price tag of the European market.
Initially, the Q60 will be available with a four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with 208 hp on tap.
Infiniti glued a base sticker of £33,990 to its sleek coupé, but the Japanese brand will introduce a more powerful Q60 3.0-litre V6 twin-turbo version good for 400 hp "at a later stage in all showrooms across Europe". That could mean either mid or late 2017.
Besides not offering other price-related details, Infiniti is also keeping Q60 technical info on the lock.
However, what we know so far is that the Q60 will feature Infiniti's new Digital Dynamic Suspension and revised dampers, together with a Drive Mode selector that changes steering response according to the driver's preference.