Infiniti has published additional images of the Q60 Concept that will be presented to the public next week at the Detroit Motor Show.
Billed as a close-to-production show car, the Q60 Concept accurately previews the replacement for the aging Q60 Coupe. It falls in line with Infiniti’s latest design language thanks to sharp headlights, muscular ripples in the hood as well as a large radiator grille with mesh inserts and a large Infiniti emblem.
The sporty look continues past the front fascia with aerodynamic gills borrowed from the 560-horsepower Q50 Eau Rouge concept, a low roofline, pronounced haunches and two large exhaust pipes integrated into the rear bumper. 21-inch wheels whose design is inspired by the blades of jet turbines add a finishing touch to the low-slung appearance.
Inside, the Q60 offers room for four passengers on sport seats upholstered with several types of hand-quilted leather. The steering is commanded through a two-tone three-spoke multi-function wheel, while carbon fiber trim and a full touch-sensitive center console add to the premium ambiance.
Infiniti has not revealed what mill is bolted in the concept’s engine bay. Similarly, the automaker has not disclosed what the future holds for the concept but we wouldn’t be surprised to see a toned-down version of it bow at a major auto show before the end of the year.
Stay tuned to Leftlane for live images of the Infiniti Q60 Concept straight from the show floor in Detroit starting next Monday.
Thanks to Ronan Glon and the leftlanenews.com for the news!