Infiniti Q60 Concept rendered in production guise image

A new rendering is showing us how the recently unveiled Q60 Concept may look like when it will be in its final production version.

The Infiniti Q60 Concept is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the help of a new image, which is basically a rendering, showing us how it may look like in its final production variant. The photo in question has been signed by X-Tomi Design and it is based on the official images released by the Japanese based automaker with the one-off vehicle.

As you would have probably expected, the looks of the Infiniti Q60 have been toned down for this production version it still has an evolutionary design which is making it instantly recognizable and in the same category with its main German competitors. The model has been styled using inspiration from the Q50 Eau Rouge or the Q80 Inspiration but it is still a long way from production because such a vehicle might be introduced in 2017 and put together in Mexico.

The Infiniti Q60 Concept has sharp lines, a prominent grille, small headlights, aerodynamic gills behind the wheel arches, stylish taillights, low roofline, dual exhaust system and 21-inch alloy wheels, with a jet turbine blade design. The vehicle will be making its public debut later on this month, during the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), in Detroit. More details on it, including what it is found under its hood and perhaps performance info will be announced at the automotive event.