But this could be the sexy Q60's last hurrah.
Even though demand for luxury coupes is declining, the stylish Infiniti Q60 is soldiering on for the 2022 model year with some minor updates. This could be its swansong, however, as reports suggest the Q60 Coupe will be discontinued in 2023.
Arriving in US showrooms later this year, the 2022 Infiniti Q60 Coupe now comes with wireless Apple CarPlay as standard, but this is the only notable update. The new standard tech has also resulted in a minor price hike. For 2022, the Pure trim starts at $41,750, which is $100 more expensive than the 2021 model.
Slotting above the Pure trim, the mid-range Luxe trim will set you back $50,300. Topping the range is the performance-focused Red Sport 400 trim, which retails for $58,200. All prices exclude a $1,025 destination and handling charge.
As standard, the entry-level Q50 Pure rides on 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels and is equipped with dual-zone climate control, brushed aluminum interior trim accents, leatherette seats, appointed seats, and dual a dual display with an eight-inch upper screen and a seven-inch lower screen. Upgrading to the Luxe trim adds a 13-speaker Bose sound system, a surround-view monitor with moving object detection, intelligent cruise control, heated front seats and steering wheel, and leather seats.
A navigation and advanced climate control system are also available along with an appearance package with unique 19-inch wheels and a rear carbon fiber spoiler.
The range-topping Q60 Red Sport 400 comes with 20-inch aluminum-alloy sport wheels, red brake calipers, adaptive suspension, steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, and an advanced climate control system, Every version of the 2022 Q60 is powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6. Paired with a seven-speed automatic transmission, the V6 produces 300 hp and 295 lb-ft in the Pure and Luxe trims and increases to 400 hp and 350 lb-ft in the Red Sport 400. Rear-wheel drive is offered as standard and all-wheel drive is available for an extra $2,000.