No, it's cool white. That's just the way it's reflecting off of the plastic.
If he's like me he puts the sport mats in during the summer and switches to the all-season mats during the winter.Are you stacking your floor matts? Sorry if I missed that detail but you list your WeatherTech matts and also your sport matts. You puttin' one over the other?
There's someone on the FB page who did the install himself. He gave a walkthrough and said it wasn't TOO difficult, but I don't know if he has the DAS that you have. Because of his post, I was going to try to do it myself as well. Hopefully I can get around to it next week.I was originally told that it would take 6 hours to install, then 8 hrs, then perhaps 10-12. The reason that I was told that the time kept getting longer was that the head mechanic at Infiniti realized that there were so many other things that needed to be done, that AMS didn't account for in their install instructions. For example, did you know that all of the front sensors on the bumper (part of the driver assistance package) need to be disconnected in order to install the heat exchanger?
By Chance do you have a link for the lights with projector? I found some on Amazon, but none were for 2017-2018 Q60s.For the puddle lights, I recommend getting the projector lights that shine the Infiniti Logo on the ground.
I'm also considering a roof spoiler ( they have a couple of prototypes on sale on ebay) and
some colored floor mats that the seller said he can trim specifically for our cars
These are the ones I have on my 2017 Q60: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00XYCG5ZK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1By Chance do you have a link for the lights with projector? I found some on Amazon, but none were for 2017-2018 Q60s.
I've only had it for a couple weeks, so I can't comment on longevity. For $20 and about 30 seconds of work, I'm not too worried about how long they last.@QTQ60 & @Coahman thank you both! I'm going ahead and ordering one Coahman has since it's all the same color. @Coahman how long have you had yours? Is it still functioning fine? I have that lighting option where it shines light under the car at night so hopefully the color of these puddle lights isn't way too off lol
Thanks @Coahman and @Loibs! One of my concerns was the mismatching light colors so thanks for confirming.I've only had it for a couple weeks, so I can't comment on longevity. For $20 and about 30 seconds of work, I'm not too worried about how long they last.
Regarding the color though, it doesn't match the welcome lighting and that's starting to bother me a lot more than it did initially. I may look for something that is a little more white.
These are the ones I have on my 2017 Q60: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00XYCG5ZK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
They are a little more blue than I'd like, though. There might be something whiter out there.