Apple iPhone users interested in a new 2022 Infiniti Q60 Coupe can leave their USB cables at home. Chief among updates to the automaker’s only 2-door model is wireless Apple CarPlay compatibility.
Android users can still access Android Auto through a pair of USB ports.
The Q60 starts at $42,775, including a mandatory $1,025 destination charge for the base Pure trim level. That’s a modest $100 price hike over last year’s model. Standard fare includes 19-inch alloy wheels and synthetic leather upholstery, in contrast to the new standard leather trim on the closely related Q50 sedan.
Next up, the $51,325 Q60 Luxe trim level adds adaptive cruise control, Bose audio, and a surround-view camera system, plus leather upholstery and heated seats and steering wheel. Navigation, as well as a carbon fiber rear spoiler, are on the options list.
The base Q60 Pure and Luxe make use of a 300-horsepower twin-turbo V6, while the range-topping Q60 Red Sport 400 lives up to its name with a 400-hp version of the V6. At $59,225, it also adds 20-inch wheels, an adaptive suspension, paddle shifters, and revised power steering tuning.
On all trim levels, Infiniti charges an extra $2,000 for all-wheel drive. The 2022 Q60 is due in dealers by the end of September. See Infiniti Q60 models for sale