The 2020 INFINITI Q60 gets the brand's updated InTouch infotainment system, which features an 8-inch upper and a 7-inch lower touchscreen, and Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Siri, and Google Voice compatibility.
An Edition 30 Package is also introduced to celebrate INFINITI's 30th anniversary.
Choosing Your INFINITI Q60
INFINITI offers the Q60 in three trims: Pure, Luxe, and Red Sport 400. Prices range from $42,375 including destination for the Pure to $58,175 for the Red Sport 400.
The Q60 is available with one engine, but the Red Sport 400's carries a different state of tune thanks to larger turbochargers, a turbo speed sensor, and dual intercooler water pumps.
|Engine Type||Trim Level||Horsepower||Torque||Fuel Economy (Combined)|
|3.0L Twin-Turbo V6||Pure, Luxe||300 hp||295 lb-ft||22 mpg|
|3.0L Twin-Turbo V6||Red Sport 400||400 hp||350 lb-ft||22 mpg|
Both types are paired with a seven-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive is standard on every trim, but all-wheel drive is available for $2,000.
Passenger and Cargo Capacity
On paper, the INFINITI Q60 seats four, but the back seat is essentially too small to fit anyone but young children. You're better off using it as extra storage space. You'll likely need it too, because the 8.7 cubic feet of trunk space isn't a lot to work with.
The base Q60 Pure doesn't get any standard active safety features, but the Luxe trim does. Starting with the second trim, automatic emergency braking and forward-collision warning become standard.
Additionally, this is where the ProAssist Package ($1,650) becomes available. This option package bundles blind-spot monitoring, a surround-view camera system, rear automatic braking, front and rear parking sensors, and rain-sensing windshield wipers. All of these features become standard on the Red Sport 400.
The range-topping trim also opens up the availability of the ProActive Package ($2,850), which adds adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, lane departure warning, adaptive headlights, automatic high beams, and more.
The newly standard infotainment setup includes an 8-inch upper touchscreen and a 7-inch lower touchscreen. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Siri, Google Voice, Bluetooth, satellite radio, HD radio, and two USB ports are included.
The hardware package is impressive, but the software powering the system is slow, even clunky at times.
The Red Sport 400 additionally brings navigation with voice recognition and wi-fi hot spot capability. These features are available on the Luxe as part of the pricey Essential Package ($3,200).
The base Q60 Pure has full LED exterior lighting, fog lights, 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, heated side mirrors, an aerodynamics kit, and courtesy lights.
Inside, the seats are covered in imitation leather and feature eight-way power adjustment upfront. Remote keyless entry, push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel are standard.
The Q60 Luxe adds a few features, including a power-sliding moonroof, a 13-speaker Bose audio system, and automatic emergency braking.
The Edition 30 Package ($4,200) becomes an option here. This anniversary-celebrating sub-trim bundles unique exterior styling cues, Edition 30 badging, navigation, adaptive cruise control, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a surround-view monitor, and more.
The Red Sport 400 trim features the more powerful engine. Sport brakes with red brake calipers, 20-inch staggered aluminum alloy wheels, dual exhaust tips, and a digitally controlled suspension system are other performance features of note.
The inside features leather upholstery, black carbon fiber trim, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a power tilt and telescopic steering column, and memory for the driver's seat, steering column, and side mirrors. Remote start is also included.
The 2020 INFINITI Q60 comes pretty well equipped even in its base trim. However, we'd ideally opt for the Luxe to get the moonroof, automatic emergency braking, and Bose audio system.