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Infiniti has offered several sport coupes over the years, and the latest two-door model in the lineup is the Q60. Infiniti launched the all-new Q60 sport coupe in 2017, introducing the new naming convention and replacing the older G Coupe. A two-door sibling of the four-door Q50, the Q60 comes into the 2018 model year primarily unchanged: The only updates are the addition of the Pure and Luxe trims and the new 20-inch wheels for the top-level Q60 Red Sport 400. Infiniti offers the Q60 with two engine options and four trim levels: Pure, Luxe, Sport, and Red Sport 400. The Pure and Luxe come standard with a 208-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine, while a twin-turbo V6 delivering 300 horsepower is available on the Luxe and standard on Sport. The most potent of the Q60 variants is the Red Sport 400, which uses the same twin-turbo V6 but with output bumped to 400 horsepower. All trims are offered with either rear- or all-wheel drive.
Rear Wheel Drive (2WD)
F 43.1"/R 32.4"
F 37.4"/R 34.5"
Interior: The 2018 Infiniti Q60 brings a premium cabin to match the sport coupe’s impressive performance. The front seats are comfortable with good support, and in higher variants can be fitted with sport seats trimmed in semi-aniline leather. Features like paddle shifters and aluminum-accented pedals add to the sporty vibe of the Q60, as does the available carbon-fiber interior trim.
Driving: The Q60's base engine is not as powerful as some competitors', but Infiniti makes up the difference with the powerful twin-turbo V6, which offers impressive performance. The performance moves up a level with the Red Sport 400, which delivers extreme acceleration with 0-60 mph times well below 5 seconds. All variants make use of a smooth-shifting seven-speed automatic transmission. With a suspension that keeps the car stable in quick maneuvers and strong brakes, the Q60 has a level of performance to match its sporty styling.
Driver-assist tech: The wide range of features that are part of Infiniti’s optional suite of driver aids are available on all trim levels of the Q60. These features include predictive forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot warning and intervention, backup collision intervention, lane departure warning, and lane departure prevention with active lane control.
Technology: The Q60 features a dual-screen infotainment system that looks dated. Both screens can be operated via touch, while the rotary dial in the center console also functions as a controller for the upper screen. Map graphics look outdated, and items can be grayed out without explanation. A single larger screen like those used by the Q60’s competitors would be more intuitive.
4 out of 55 customer reviews
RepairPal gave the Infiniti Q60 an overall reliability rating of 4 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Excellent. This rating ranks Infiniti Q60 12th out of 55 among Luxury Midsize Cars.View RepairPal's full rating of the Infiniti Q60
The 2018 Infiniti Q60 is available in multiple trims, each with its own estimated fuel economy, here are the EPA estimates for each trim:
The Infiniti Q60 received a rating of 4 out of 5 stars from RepairPal, which RepairPal describes as Excellent. This rating ranks the Infiniti Q60 as 11 out of 55 among Luxury Midsize Car
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Here is what's new for the 2018 Infiniti Q60: