The Infiniti Q60 coupe might get the axe in 2023, In 2020, the premium automaker delivered 2,792 units of the Q60, which was down 44.6 percent from 2019.
Agreed. The Q60 is my 1st Infiniti after driving Audis and then GMs (Corvette Z06) previous to that. I still can recall the 1st test drive of a Hagane Blue '17 Red Sport AWD at the local dealer in September 2016. I was impressed with the engine and the quick-shifting 7-spd trans (in manual mode). Oh, and that it rev-matched in "Sport" & "Sport+" - way cool.Will be sad if they do this. The Q60 is the only vehicle they have that interest me.
I believe it will most definitely help sales, but at the same time I hope it doesn't lol. It feels good knowing that your car is different and not everyone and their mother has it like the Chargers and Challengers.If I was a betting man, I would say that depending on how the Z sells, it will affect the Q60. Keep in mind, those that wanted a Z but needed a back seat and or wanted. AWD and more comfort, always cross shopped with the G coupes. With the Camaro going on hiatus again, the coupe segment will be one more car short.
When the Supra came out, I actually saw an increase in sales in Q60s in my dealership and district.
The Z can help the future of the Q60. All of really needs is a refresh. A mild one.
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Agree about the rarity value. Here in the UK it's like owning a unicorn that shots rainbow's.I believe it will most definitely help sales, but at the same time I hope it doesn't lol. It feels good knowing that your car is different and not everyone and their mother has it like the Chargers and Challengers.
I feel the same way and I'm in the states, specifically WA state.Agree about the rarity value. Here in the UK it's like owning a unicorn that shots rainbow's.
Many people ask me "what is it" and comment on how good it looks and then are blown away by the bhp and 4WD so I'm a pretty smug owner.