Now just pick your flavor. Infiniti will be offering shoppers the choice of 2 engines in different states of tune.
First up is the 2.0L Turbo 4 borrowed from Mercedes, good for 208 hp at 5500 rpm and 258 lb-ft of torque. Infiniti says this motor should be good for 24 mpg combined.
Next is the new VR30 twin-turbo V6 offering up 300 horses at 6400 rpm, while the table top torque curve offers up 295 lb-ft from 1600 to 5200 rpm. It's expected to return 23 mpg combined.
Lastly the VR30 is offered in hopped up heat, making 400 hp and 350 lb-ft across the same rev ranges. The tune will reduce mpg by 1 to 22 combined.
Infiniti says they have worked out the bugs in their Direct Adaptive Steering that have plagued the equally beautiful Q50. So here's to hoping. Although 4 cylinder models will come with speed-sensitive electrohydraulic steering.
Base models will be offered with regular steel springs, while Sport models will be offered with Infiniti's Dynamic Digital Suspension, which essentially allows electronic adjustment of the dampening. Cars will roll on a mix of 19 and 20-inch wheels, depending on trim.
The Q60 is expected in stores later on in the year and pricing remains unannounced.