The Infiniti Q60 Concept Was Unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show

 - Jan 15, 2015
References: infinitiusa & gizmag
The Honda Infiniti Q60 Concept gives a sneak peak at the future of sports coupes as envisioned by Honda. This 2+2 coupe is similar to a production-model coupe which is set to be manufactured next year.

Unveiled at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show to much fanfare, this vehicle is 184.6 inches long, 73.4 inches wide and 53.9 inches high. It is fitted with a mean double arch grille, an aerodynamic tail spoiler and 21-inch wheels with spokes finished in a combination of glossy black chrome and matte black.

The Infinito Q60 Concept is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 engine that is designed to "reduce fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions while boosting power and torque."

Honda hasn't revealed when a similar production will be made available or how much it might cost.