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Infiniti’s sexy new Q60 Coupe will cost $39,855

2017 Infiniti Q60
2017 Infiniti Q60 Image used with permission by copyright holder
As fantastic as Infiniti’s new QX30 luxury compact may be, what we’re really itching to examine is the all-new Q60 Coupe. While it will still be a short while before we can share our firsthand impressions, we now have pricing information for the Japanese automaker’s most exciting model yet.

Set to arrive in U.S. showrooms starting in September, the Q60 will feature two engine options: a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder making 208 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, and a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 making 300hp and an unknown torque figure. For those wishing the Q60 would push the performance envelope a bit, fret not, because there’s a Red Sport 400 model on the way with, presumably, 400hp.

The entry-level Q60 2.0t will start at $39,855 (including destination) and will be a rear-wheel drive platform. All-wheel drive is available for an additional $2,000. Standard features include 19.0-inch wheels, LED headlights, 8-way adjustable sport seats, Bluetooth, and a rearview monitor. Should you desire more luxury amenities, the $2,350 Premium package can be tacked onto the RWD or AWD model, and includes a power moonroof, Bose 13-speaker audio system, and a few other creature comforts.

Read More: 2017 Infiniti QX30 First Drive

If 208hp doesn’t cut it, the twin-turbocharged V6 will cost an additional $3,000 over the cost of the 2.0t Premium, totaling $45,205 but comes standard with the Premium package options. The present range-topping 3.0t Premium AWD Q60 will retail for $47,205. Each of these prices includes a $905 destination fee.

In addition to announcing the Q60’s pricing, Infiniti is introducing a Reservation Program on its Infiniti USA site. Those who sign up to reserve one of the Q60 Coupes will receive their choice of gifts, including a GoPro Hero 4, Tumi luggage, or a Bose audio system. Shoppers interested in the Q60 have probably longed for the sports car since its debut, and likely don’t need incentives, but I doubt they’ll argue with a sweetened pot.

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