The 2021 Infiniti Q60 is a four-seat coupe available in rear- or all-wheel-drive configurations and it’s currently the only two-door in the automaker’s lineup. Infiniti offered a hardtop convertible variant of the previous generation Q60, which was originally known as the G37. A new Q60 convertible should follow after the coupe but it isn’t known yet if Infiniti will bring back the folding hardtop or move to a soft top to save weight.
The 2021 Infiniti Q60 offers three engine variants starting with a Mercedes-Benz-sourced 2.0-liter turbo-four rated at 208 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. A 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 is optional and comes in two output, 300 hp and 295 lb-ft for the mid-level Q60 and 400 hp and 350 lb-ft for the range-topping Red Sport variant. All engines are paired exclusively to a seven-speed automatic transmission.
An updated version of Infiniti’s Direct Adaptive Steering system will also see duty in the 2019 Q60 and an adaptive suspension system called Dynamic Digital Suspension, which lets the driver customize the car’s ride and handling balance, will be offered. A Customize setting has been added to the drive mode selector, which enables the driver to personalize the car accordingly by giving them a way to change the car’s responsiveness after selecting one of the three main modes and picking between three levels of response, Normal, Dynamic, or Dynamic+. Other settings include Normal, Sport, Sport+, Eco and Snow modes, giving Q60 owners a setting for virtually every driving situation.
Available features will include a 13-speaker Bose sound system with Advanced Staging Technology, the dual-screen center stack display from the Q50, and all-wheel drive with the 2.0t, 3.0t, and Red Sport 400 models.
A full suite of active safety features will be offered including adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, backup collision mitigation, and blind spot warning. Infiniti’s Around View Monitor multi-camera parking aid will also be offered.