2016 L.A. Auto Show | Getting Fancy with the Infiniti Q60 Neiman Marcus Limited Edition
There are those car buyers who are happy enough picking up a pretty, exciting luxury sports coupe like the Infiniti Q60. Visitors to the LA Auto Show and perusers of the Neiman Marcus 2016 Christmas Book can take a little extra step above those merely happy buyers and snag a bit more class with the Q60 Neiman Marcus Limited Edition.
With news of the car breaking on the days leading up to the LA Auto Show, the Neiman Marcus Q60 is available in the retailer’s holiday-themed catalog for a sticker price of $63,000. Only 50 exist, and Neiman Marcus started taking orders on Nov.2. So, you’d best hustle up if you were looking to order a couple as very big stocking stuffers.
The car is based on the specially tuned Red Sport 400 version of the 2017 Q60. Set up as a more intense driver’s car with a tough of Park Avenue, the Red Sport-influenced Neiman Marcus Q60 offers 400-horsepower via its 3.0 liter, twin-turbocharged V6 engine.
As with the eagerly awaited and well received standard addition 2017 Q60, the Neiman Marcus edition making the rounds before the LA Auto Show offers a seven speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, the Infiniti-created Direct Adaptive Steering and a suite of Safety Shield technologies — including Predictive Forward Collision Warning, Blind Spot Warning/Intervention, Backup Collision Intervention, Lane Departure Warning/Prevention with Active Lane Control and Intelligent Cruise Control. That setup almost allows you to wrap present while driving. Almost.
All 50 of the limited edition Q60s are painted a Solar Mica (or “gold” to those Unaccustomed to gearhead color descriptions). Buyers also get an exclusive ivory leather (…It’s OK. No rhinos died. Just cows…) weekender bag designed for the Q60 Neiman Marcus Limited Edition by Officine Autodromo; a plaque with the car’s VIN number; Neiman Marcus-branded indoor car cover and a letter of authenticity.
Buyers can order up one of the 50 now and take delivery in early 2017.