In cruising mode, the 2015 Q60 is quiet and comfortable, pampering its occupants with refinement and high-tech goodies. But as soon as you drive enthusiastically, it's easy to believe how...
... this car and the
Nissan 370Z are related under the skin. The Q60 offers accurate steering, crisp brakes, and a planted suspension you'd expect from a luxury sports coupe. The responsive 3.7-liter V6 pulls strongly, whether mated to the 7-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission, the latter of which is fast becoming a rarity in modern cars. Convertibles offer a high-performance Q60 IPL (Infiniti Performance Line) model, which adds more horsepower, a tighter suspension, and larger brakes. A driver-selectable Vehicle Dynamic Control system lets you explore the Q60’s outer roadholding limits before the system intervenes, and all-wheel drive is available on automatic-equipped coupes. Unfortunately, the convertible hardtop is undignified in the way it squeaks and rattles when closed.