Its luxury coupe design and sporty performance highlgihts the Q-series as a successor to Infiniti's previous G-series of cars. The fourth generation Infiniti G25/35/37, a follow-up to the third generation G35 (V35), was rebranded in 2014 as the Q40.
Based on the V37 chassis for the second generation Q60 starting in August 2016, the earlier V36 chassis first generation Q60 was in production from January 2014 to June 2016, and was also sold in Japan as the twelfth generation Nissan Skyline, but was dropped in favour of the Infiniti Q50 (V37) its thirteenth generation in 2014.
Entering production in September 2016, the Red Sport 400 is the highest specification performance trim available for the Q60 model range, and is fitted with a Nissan 3-litre V6 engine, as opposed to lower grade trims in the range equipped with a Mercedes-Benz 2-litre inline-four.
Other alterations for the Red Sport include opposed 2 and 4 piston red calipers, 14" rotors in the front and 13.8" rotors in the rear, a sport retune of Infinti's DDS (Digital Dynamic Suspension) system, satin finish exhaust tips, unique 20" aluminium wheels, and a chrome finish red 'S' badge.
Need for Speed: Payback
|Purchase from the online store.|
|Top Speed 175|
|0 - 60 4.50|
|1/4 Mile 13.00|
|N2O Capacity 3.2|
|N2O Power 3.2|
|Purchase the Speedcross Story Bundle and complete the Mac: Speedcross questline.|
|Top Speed 182|
|0 - 60 3.17|
|1/4 Mile 11.23|
|N2O Capacity 6.0|
|N2O Power 6.0|
Need for Speed: Heat
The Q60 S appears in Need for Speed: Heat following its brief appearance in the official reveal trailer, which was released on August 14, 2019, and appears in the NFS: Heat Studio app as part of container 2, which was released on August 27, 2019.
The stock Q60 S can be unlocked in Need for Speed: Heat.
- ↑ Video: Need for Speed (2019) Need for Speed™ Heat Official Reveal Trailer. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ewiJJe_nYI