The Infiniti Q60 coupé will be priced from £33,990 when it goes on sale in the UK this October.
That price is for the Premium trim level, but Premium Tech, Sport and Sport Tech trims will sit above this, priced from £37,690 to £38,690.
The new model will first be available exclusively with a turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol engine, but a high-performance twin-turbocharged V6 will join the line-up later. Full specifications are listed below.
As a replacement for the G37, the Q60 is both longer and wider than the old model, measuring 4683mm in length and 1850mm wide, and it sits 1385mm high with a 2850mm wheelbase.
Engines and gearbox
At launch the Q60 comes with a turbocharged 1991cc four-cylinder petrol engine that puts out 205bhp at 5500rpm and 258lb ft at 1500rpm. This engine returns a claimed 24mpg (US highway) and emits 154g/km of CO2.
Later on, the Q60 will gain a twin-turbocharged 2997cc petrol V6, codenamed VR30, from Infiniti’s VR new-generation powertrain family, available in two states of tune.
The lower-powered unit produces 296bhp at 6400rpm and 295lb ft from 1600-5200rpm. The more powerful derivative serves up 396bhp at 6400rpm and 350lb ft from 1600-5200rpm.
The 296bhp engine returns a claimed 23mpg (US highway) and emits 154g/km of CO2, while the 396bhp variant is capable of 22mpg (US highway) and emits 206g/km of CO2, according to the manufacturer’s calculations.
All engine variants are mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission. The transmission has adaptive shift control, a system that uses a lateral acceleration sensor to detect changes in the road topography and enhances gear selection patterns according to the conditions.
The Q60 is rear-wheel drive as standard, although a rear-biased all-wheel drive system is also available.
The model also gets the second generation of Infiniti’s controversial Direct Adaptive Steering. The car maker says its electric steer-by-wire system has undergone significant retuning to enhance feel and feedback.