I actually follow this guy on IG lol.I found two renderings of the Q60 with gold accents. I didn't ever think I'd like gold on a car but it isn't too bad with the gold wheels gone. I prefer the red and gold theme, reminds me of iron man.
They don't look bad not being lowered. I've just been accustom to lowering just about every car I own so a large wheel well gap drives me crazy lolWould it not look as good if they weren't lowered?
The red paint looks like it has a bit of chrome in it too. If only I had a large sum of extra cash to just throw at a coupe and turn it into whatever I want.
That's what i'm looking for as well, a drop in the 1" - 1 1/2" range which will be sufficient, even a bit more I won't mind, just no more than 2 for daily driving. Will need it for winter.As soon as Swift release some springs for the Q60, I'll be buying them. I've never really cared for the slammed look, I've always preferred a clean and classy drop with spacers for a flush look. To that end, is it just me or do the Q60's in the advertisement pictures seem lower (or at least less wheel well) then what the cars actually have?
I plan on lowering mine. I normally do coilovers but since it comes equipped with dynamic dampening I probably won't go that route.To each their own.
Are either of you planning to lower the Q60?
I agree. I finally saw a red Q60 in person today. The car looks really sharp from all angles except the rear in my opinion. The problem is the tail lights get diminished against the red paint, which I feel weakens the sexy ass our gorgeous cars have. I haven't seen how it looks at night with the tail lights on, but yeah...not a fan of the double red. Needs the contrast to complete the look.Not sure how i feel about that. However, red tends to be my least favorite color.