Infiniti Q60 Convertible

The Infiniti Q60 Convertible was designed along side the Q50 Sedan. The relationship between the Q50 and the Q60 can be compared to that of the BMW 3 Series and 4 Series. In an effort to present a drop-top version of their sports car, Infiniti was not willing to settle for a compromised lid-off design. The Q60 Convertible is totally new from the A-pillar to the rear despite the resemblance to the hardtop version. Base MSRP $48,550


The body has been reinforced with extensive structural bolstering in order to maintain the cars rigidity. Features include automatic pop-up roll bars in case the car rolls over, a wider stance, and a three-piece hard shell-type convertible roof instead of a soft top made of fabric material as seen on some rival cars. Other exterior enhancements include a dramatic front bumper design with fog lights and black finishers, a sport-tuned performance suspension, stainless steel sport muffler, and 19-inch 7-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels with a graphite finish. Created around the central idea that a luxury performance convertible should be equally inviting with the top up or down, as well as equally enjoyable to drive with or without the roof, the 2015 Infiniti Q60 Convertible combines performance with grace with Infiniti’s signature attention to detail.


Inside, the Q60 Convertible blends luxurious materials and finishes with traditional Japanese design cues. A clean, technology-filled cockpit awaits those about to sit in the 12-way adjustable driver’s sport seat. Available technology features include Infiniti’s Hard Drive Navigation System, 13-Speaker Bose Premium Open Air audio system, Infiniti Voice Recognition for audio navigation, RearView Monitor and Rear Sonar system.


Every 2015 Q60 Coupe model including the Convertible are equipped with Infiniti’s standard 3.7-liter VQ-series V6. This engine produces 343 horsepower and makes 273 lb-ft of torque. The Q60 Convertible comes standard with an electronically controlled 7-speed automatic transmission, featuring Downshift Rev Matching and quick-shift Drive Sport (DS) mode. Hitting 60 mph only takes 5.7 seconds and will accelerate up to an electronically limited 155 mph.


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