Infiniti has announced the official starting price of the all-new Q60 premium sports coupe in the United Kingdom, where it will go on sale in October.
The cheapest version of the model, which is powered by a 208hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol turbocharged engine, will set consumers back for £33,990 ($45,174 at today’s exchange rates).
Those interested in more power will get to order the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 with 400 hp, which will arrive in European showrooms on a later date.
The Japanese automaker has yet to release full details for the Q60 aimed at Europe’s right hand-drive market, but we already know that the new two-door coupe features the company’s new Dynamic Digital Suspension, which allegedly increases handling response and agility, and also enhances the ride comfort. The Q60 Coupe is also equipped with the second-gen drive-by-wire Direct Adaptive Steering system and drivers will be able to personalize the steering to their own preferences through the Drive Mode Selector.
The first US examples of the 2017 Infiniti Q60 will arrive at dealerships across the nation starting this month, competing against the BMW 4-Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Audi A5 and Cadillac ATS. The most affordable variant kicks off from $38,950, while the more potent 3.0t Premium can be had from $44,300.