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  • Andrew Davis
    Automotive Editor - November 7, 2017


    The 2018 Q60 is INFINITI’s only two-door offering, making it the brand’s de facto sports car. While the base 2.0t’s 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four’s output of 208 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque may not reinforce that idea, its 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6’s two states of tune – 300 hp/295 lb-ft in the mid-grade 3.0t and 400 hp/350 lb-ft in the range-topping Red Sport 400 – prove that INFINITI takes the Q60’s being a “sports car” seriously.

    What's New For 2018

    Following its complete redesign in 2017, not much is changing for the 2018 Q60 apart from new 19- and 20-inch wheel choices, a new paint color, and the renaming of certain trim levels and options packages to align with INFINITI's other offerings.


    Choosing Your INFINITI Q60

    Choosing a Q60 is like choosing a pepper on the Scoville scale; it starts off mild with the 2.0t models, gets spicy with the 3.0ts, and goes red hot with the appropriately-named Red Sport 400. Thanks to high option and package prices, however, even the mildest trims’ prices can climb high.

    The Q60 comes in five trims:

    2.0t Pure

    Despite being the base trim, the rear-wheel drive 2.0t Pure starts at $39,945 (prices include the $995 destination charge). However, it carries a list of standard equipment befitting the INFINITI name: 19-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, eight-way power front seats, all-LED exterior lighting, INFINITI’s InTouch dual-screen infotainment system with a rearview camera, SiriusXM satellite radio, voice controls, Bluetooth hands-free phone access and audio streaming, and proximity entry and push-button start.

    There are five exterior paint colors to choose from, including the new-for-2018 $500 “Solar Mica." Inside, Graphite leatherette and brushed aluminum trim is the sole offering. Option packages are limited to the $1,000 Moonroof Package (power one-touch tilt and sliding tinted glass moonroof with sliding sunshade) and the model-wide $2,000 upgrade to all-wheel drive. There are only two factory-installed accessories available: a $285 Cargo Package which adds a trunk floor protector, cargo nets and first-aid kit, and a 4G WiFi HotSpot ($495).

    2.0t Luxe

    Starting at $42,295, the Q60 2.0t Luxe builds on the Pure and adds the moonroof, a 13-speaker Bose audio system, an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a compass, and INFINITI's Homelink Universal Transceiver as standard. Optional appearance items include illuminated kick plates and a light-up grille emblem, running $400 each.

    There are three option packages: the $3,000 Sensory Package, the $2,250 ProAssist Package, and the Leather Seating Package which costs $1,350. Adding leather seating requires both the Sensory Package, which brings a power tilt and telescope memory steering wheel, a memory front driver seat, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, memory auto-dimming outside mirrors, and navigation, and the ProAssist Package. ProAssist adds forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, front and rear parking sensors, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and INFINITI's Around View 360-degree camera system.

    3.0t Luxe

    Pricing for the Q60 3.0t Luxe starts at $45,295. The mid-grade 3.0t Luxe builds on the 2.0t Luxe and adds electronic power steering and the 300-hp 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 as standard. The list of factory add-ons grows to include Radiant External Ground Lighting ($425), Radiant Internal Ambient Lighting ($470), and $1,600 dual-finish 19-inch alloy wheels.

    Packages include the Sensory Package (which includes remote start on the 3.0t), ProAssist Package (which still requires the Sensory pack), Leather Seating Package, $400 Dark Maple Wood Accent Package, and the ProActive Package. The ProActive Package, which costs $2,850 and requires ordering all the other options first, adds intelligent cruise control, adaptive steering, distance control assist, blind-spot intervention, lane departure warning with lane keeping assist, an advanced climate control system, adaptive headlights with high beam assist, pre-crash self-tensioning front seatbelts, and an Eco Pedal, a feature that is said to increase fuel economy.

    3.0t Sport

    Pricing climbs all the way to $49,295 for 3.0t Sport models, but for good reason. In addition to all of the former’s standard equipment, the Sport gets leather upholstery and Sport-specific items, including different 19-inch alloys, sport brakes with silver calipers, aluminum sport pedals, Dynamic Digital Suspension, silver “S” badging, and either “Genuine Carbon Fiber” or “Silver Optic Fiber” interior trim parts. Additionally, the heated front seats and steering wheel, power tilt/telescoping steering column, power lumbar and torso adjustment for the driver’s seat, auto-dimming and tilting exterior mirrors, and dual-occupant memory system from lower trims’ Sensory Packages are standard.

    Option packages include the Sensory Package, ProAssist Package, and ProActive Package. A factory-installed Carbon Fiber Package unlocks carbon fiber overlays for the side mirror housings, fog lamp surrounds, fender vents, and decklid spoiler for $2,250. Buyers can get the spoiler on its own for $850.

    Red Sport 400

    The range-topping Red Sport 400 starts at $52,995 and brings a unique red paint ($800), red-painted brake calipers, red “S” badges, a unique exhaust tip design, and – most importantly – the 400-horsepower 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine. Rear-wheel drive Red Sport 400s get wider in the back and 20-inch alloy wheels in summer performance tires. All-wheel drive models get the same wheels in all-season tires. Option-wise, the story is the same as with the 3.0t Sport, though Monaco Red leather upholstery is available as are dual-finish 20-inch wheels for $1,750.

    CarsDirect Tip

    Creating the Q60 best suited for you is a matter of trade-offs; foregoing AWD gets you two-thirds of the way to the twin-turbo V6, foregoing both provides the money needed to fully-option a 2.0t Luxe. The real tipping point is between the 3.0t Luxe and Sport. Unless you need/want the Sport-specific items, the $4,000 you save with the 3.0t Luxe trim lets you put that money toward the factory- and dealer-installed equipment you desire.

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