Here is the 2017 Infiniti Q60 Coupe

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Fans of sexy Japanese rear-wheel drive coupes should prepare themselves, we finally have photos of the new 2017 Infiniti Q60 completely uncovered before its debut at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.

This pretty red coupe was spotted while filming what looks like a promotional video or photo shoot for the car outside of Las Vegas.

Essentially a two-door version of the Q50, the 2017 Infiniti Q60 will use be available with some new hardware under the hood. Expect to see a 3.0-liter V6 in a range topping model, that will be turbocharged to make 400 hp. For more mainstream models, expect a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that’s borrowed from Mercedes. That four-banger isn’t expected to make much more than 200 hp.

The Q60 should feature a dramatically restyled interior. Expect the same InTouch infotainment system that’s found in the Q50, but the rest of the interior to be sportier in order for the Japanese luxury coupe to compete with the likes of the BMW 4-Series, Mercedes C-Class Coupe and Lexus RC.

Discuss this story at our Infiniti Q60 Forum

  • Jim

    They didn’t stray too far from the concept, but it doesn’t quite have the sleek lines with a slightly larger greenhouse. The grill doesn’t look quite as pronounced and the back-end still looks fairly good despite the slope change from the greenhouse. Not bad at all, but I’ll reserve judgement for some better front-quarter angle shots as the ones here look a little odd and probably don’t do it justice.

  • Sergei Lysov

    It should be Mercedes C-class, not Lexus.

  • Sami Haj-Assaad

    Fixed, thanks!

  • craigcole

    SUCH SEXY, MUCH WANT!!!

  • Jim Mc Cool

    It’s now between the F Jaguar v6 and the new Infinity Q60. My Jaguar dealer is discounting, but I don’t think it will be enough. I suspect my 2011XF Premium will get me around $20,000 trade in on a car that may discount to $75,+++ when I am ready to buy in March 2016. If I wait until June 2016 I feel sure I can keep my Jag and pay about $45,+++ to $50,+++ for a fully equipped Infiniti with 400 H.P.. This would leave me with two beautiful cars.

  • Jim Mc Cool

    You are correct!.

  • Jim Mc Cool

    Agreed. I miss those small eye shaped head lights, But the car is still quite the Looker.

  • starshine

    Thank you Infiniti! It’s about time! Looks great!

  • Rickers

    I want to see more carbon fiber, like the concept.

  • Felix James

    4-cylinder? LAME!

  • Blackzilla

    Infiniti fanboy here and honestly I think that looks ugly. The taillights don’t look big enough and rear as a whole just looks…weird. Like the engine tho.

  • Kaahk

    Totally agree. No way you can put a 200hp engine in that thing. It would be a joke.

  • Rochester

    Still no word on the 6MT? That’s kind of a deal-breaker.

  • johnls39 .

    Seems the rear exhaust area of the car look quite busy. The car looks fantastic overall and will reserve judgement. But Infiniti is making a a mistake by having a 200 horsepower coupe when they should have at least 300 horsepower in the 4 cylinder engine just like the stalwarts like the ATS Coupe, 4 Series and C Class coupe.

  • Rickers

    The 428 makes just 240, doesn’t it?

  • johnls39 .

    Was not really clear in my post but I meant more than 200 horsepower in the turbo 4 cylinder models not reaching nearly 300 horsepower or pound feet of torque. The ATS Coupe 2.0T comes close to 295 bls feet of torque, while the 4 Series and C Class Coupe is mid pack in the performance. The 4 Series is a little tricky because they have instant torque at a lower RPM from launch and quite possibly understating performance stats.

  • hidden_agenda714

    Looks like a Hyundai Genesis Coupe. WTF.

  • hidden_agenda714

    I doubt they’ll have one. Because they can’t sell gimmicks like “eco mode and sports mode” with the manual. lol

  • hidden_agenda714

    If they can put the engine and the interior in the 2008 G35 Concept, done deal.