Luxury car brand Infiniti recently launched two all-new cars for European market, which will be showcased in the coming 2016 Geneva Motor Show on March 1 - the Q60 sports coupe and the QX30 premium crossover. They will later be joined by a third Infinity release, the upgraded Q50, with all three sharing the distinct iconic design, precise driving and innovative technologies Infiniti cars are known for.
With a highly-advanced new V6 twin-turbo engine capable of delivering 405PS, the all-new Q60 sports coupe promises to be a mean and powerful machine. On the other hand, the all new Qx30 premium active crossover promises an exciting driving experience with its handsomely-sculpted exterior and uniquely asymmetric cabin design.
The third vehicle to join them is the Q50 sports saloon that features extensive upgrades from the original, creating an enhanced performance and a more enjoyable experience. According to Infiniti Vice President for Europe, Middle East and Africa Francois Goupil de Bouille, the European debuts of these new daring cars in Geneva shows Infiniti’s expansion and plan to move into a more thrilling direction.
Bouille added that it is an exciting time for the car manufacturer amid improving sales worldwide. The new Q60 is the embodiment of Infiniti’s ‘Powerful Elegance’ design thrust, with its finely crafted and distinctly proportioned masculine exterior. Powered by an innovative drivetrain technology channeled through the rear wheels, this sports car is bound to deliver a remarkable ride.
Following Infiniti’s established heritage of producing highly advanced six-cylinder engines, the Q60 is powered by a high performance 3L V6 twin-turbo engine from their exclusive ‘VR’ powertrain. However, the Q60 to be featured in the coming Geneva Motor Show will have a higher power output of 405 PS -from a V6 engine which translates to having the best power power-to-efficiency in the sports coupe category.
The all-new QX30 is designed to make a bold first impression and is created for the new generation buyers who appreciate the finer things in life. Owners will surely love its elevated appearance, creating a unique but elegant presence that’s another example of Infiniti’s ‘Powerful Elegance’ approach in design.
This new model joins the existing Q30 in Infiniti’s premium compact lineup. As a testament to the Q50’s proven buyer appeal and its role in sustaining global growth for the company in recent years, Infiniti will introduce a newer version of the Q50 sports saloon.
The upgraded sports saloon will feature the same all-new powerful V6 engine found in the Q60. It will also feature the all new Dynamic Digital Suspension, a new technology which Infiniti decided to debut in this upgraded Q50. With this new suspension installed, it gives a more stable ride – a comfortable yet agile and quick-acting response.
Infiniti sold a total of 215,250 new vehicles in 2015, representing a 16% rise from year-ago levels and record sales for the company. In Western Europe alone, Infiniti saw a remarkable 45% increase, having sold 7000 units last year.