Infiniti has presented its newly-expanded line-up for the first time at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Taking the stage for Infiniti is the European premiere of two daring new models along with one significantly updated vehicle.
All three European debuts share Infiniti’s iconic design language, innovative technologies and defined driving characteristics.
All-new is the Q60 Red Sport Coupe which promises a powerful drive thanks to its highly-advanced V6 engine. Also new to the range is the QX30 premium active crossover, which boasts an elevated stance, concept-like exterior and asymmetric cabin design. Sitting alongside these is the refreshed Q50 sports saloon, which features major performance and dynamic upgrades that provide a more empowering and rewarding driving experience.
Roland Kruegar, President of Infiniti Motor Company, said: “The three new cars, which make their European debuts here in Geneva, highlight our ongoing commitment to developing and expanding Infiniti’s product portfolio.”
The all-new Q60 features a striking resemblance to Infiniti’s ‘Powerful Elegance’ design language with muscular lines and distinctive proportions. At the heart of the car is an all-new lightweight and advanced ‘VR30' 3.0-litre twin-turbo engine.
The Q60 Red Sport taking centre stage at Geneva features the high-powered 400 hp V6 engine, which provides the car with one of the best power-to-efficiency ratings in the sports coupe sector.
Also available on the new Q60 is the Infiniti’s second-generation Direct Adaptive Steering as well as the company’s new Dynamic Digital Suspension, which gives the sports coupe the finest blend of ride comfort and first-class response and agility.
The car will go on sale in the second half of 2016.
The second all-new Infiniti model making its European debut at the Geneva motor show is the QX30 which joins the recently released Q30.
With a striking, elevated crossover appearance and signature Infiniti design cues, the QX30 makes a daring visual statement.The model remains almost identical to the ‘Powerful Elegance’ design approach that was shown for the original QX30 concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
The all-new QX30 will be introduced to selected markets in the middle of 2016.
Driving recent success for Infiniti’s premium model line-up has been the Q50, which has been updated for 2016 and revealed at the 86th Geneva International Motor Show.
As well as being fitted with an all new V6 engine found in the Q60 Sports Coupe, the Q50 also gets the addition of the company’s second-generation Direct Adaptive Steering as well as Infiniti’s new Dynamic Digital Suspension.
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