The Infiniti Q60 consists of three models: Pure, Luxe, and Red Sport 400. The Pure and Luxe are equipped with a 300 hp twin-turbo V6, while the 400 Red Sport has 400 hp thanks to a larger air intake and more boost pressure. All models use the same seven-speed automatic transmission, and all-wheel-drive can be added for an additional $2,000.
The Pure trim comes with a decent helping of standard kit, but the customization options are limited. You get leatherette upholstery, keyless entry and start, a six-speaker sound system, a rearview camera, eight-way power seats, and a dual-touchscreen infotainment system with all the modern connectivity features.
The Luxe adds a power moonroof and more driver assistance features, as well as leather seats, power-adjustment for lumbar support, and side bolsters on the driver's seat, heated front seats and steering wheel, and remote engine start. The Red Sport 400 is primarily about the additional 100 horses, but it throws a few nice-to-have features into the mix, as well.
There are essentially three trim levels, all of which can be had with Infiniti's Intelligent all-wheel drive for an additional $2,000. Pricing stays unchanged for 2022. The cheapest Q60 is the Pure, with an MSRP of $41,750. The mid-spec Luxe carries a price of $50,300, while the Red Sport 400 starts at $58,200. The base price of the Infiniti Q60 does not include the company's $1,025 handling fee.
The Pure has no additional packages to speak of but rather a long list of standalone optional extras. The Luxe has just one new option, called the Essential Package. It costs $2,050 but adds several luxurious niceties like a power-adjustable steering column, a memory function for both front seats, advanced climate control, navigation with traffic updates and lane guidance, voice recognition, and a three-month SiriusXM subscription.
The Red Sport has an optional ProActive Package, which takes the strain out of highway driving. It costs $1,700 and adds Direct Adaptive Steering, blind-spot intervention, adaptive lighting, pre-crash seat belts, and an eco pedal.
Since the Q60 is more of a tourer than a performance machine, the best bet is the mid-spec Luxe. Its list of standard features already includes leather upholstery, the 13-speaker Bose surround-sound system, and advanced driver-assistance systems. It seems to be the preferred model on Infiniti's side as well, as it received the most significant makeover last year, including even more luxury and safety features. The kind of person who buys a car like this is likely a relaxed, laid-back individual, so 300 hp should be more than enough. Get the AWD system if you live in a cold state, but otherwise, it's fine sending the power to the rear wheels only.