A new series of images with the Infiniti Q60 Concept has been released by the car manufacturer, revealing the model in even more angles.
The Japanese based automaker Infiniti is placing the brand new Q60 Concept into the spotlights once again, after officially pulling the wraps off its body just a couple of days ago, this time with the help of more images, which are further more revealing its shape. The vehicle in question is said to be produced within the next two years and once it will show itself in its final version, it will become a rival for the BMW 4-Series Coupe.
The Infiniti Q60 Concept is basically a two-door version of the Q50 sedan which has been inspired in its design by the Q50 Eau Rouge Concept and by the Q80 Inspiration Concept. The model is getting an aggressive front fascia, which is dominated by the prominent grille which is flanked by the headlights. We can also notice the stylish taillights, the dual exhaust system, the low roofline or the 21-inch alloy wheels.
The one-off Japanese car is still keeping a lot of secrets for the moment because Infiniti hasn’t announced any details on what we can find under its hood, but don’t despair because these will probably be made public once the model will be officially unveiled, later on this month, during the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), in Detroit. Production should start in 2017, in Mexico.