The production version of the Infiniti Q60 Concept will not hit the Mexican assembly line, as a company representative has admitted.
One of the most awaited vehicles from Infiniti is the Q60 as the model in question will have the tough job of going against some big names on the market. The vehicle has been already unveiled, in a concept form at the moment, and it will be making its public debut at the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), in Detroit, next week, but it will not be produced in the Mexican facility.
“I also read the one story that claimed it would be built in Mexico. I have no idea where this comes from. As a matter of general principle, we can’t comment on future product, but since we announced that the plant in Mexico will build premium compact cars, it would be safe to assume that Q60 would not be built there”, said the Infiniti official when contacted by the inautonews.com team.
The Infiniti Q60 Concept is getting a prominent grille, aerodynamic gills behind the wheel arches, small headlamps, a low roofline, stylish taillights, a dual exhaust system, sharp lines and 21-inch alloy wheels. Production of the model is expected to begin in late 2016 or in 2017, but more details on this are limited at the time and will probably be announced at the automotive event which will open its gates on Monday, in Detroit, so stay tuned for more info.