This is where Inifiniti has finally got it absolutely right. The Q60 manages to be both unmistakably an Infiniti, while also a genuinely pleasing car to look at. From the front, we struggle to think of another large coupe that is as genuinely ‘pretty’. Sure the M4 and C-Class coupe are all great to look at, but they both tick the ‘imposing’ and ‘purposeful’ boxes rather than the Q60's tilt at beauty. Side on it follows the traditional coupe lines. We at GRR are great believers in the idea that coupes should be cool again, recalling the heady days of Capris, Quattros and Camaros being the car of choice of the ‘cool dude’ – the Q60 is a car we want to be seen in. The standard Infiniti squiggle on the c-pillar is still a little daft, but doesn’t detract from the overall image, and from the rear, the car seems muscular and sporty, even with the smaller 2.0-litre engine under the bonnet. Inside it’s not quite so rosy, the standard interior from the Nissan offshoot is starting to date a teeny bit, but is still a pleasing place to be. The fact that we fitted three adults of around six-foot into the car together shows that space has been well used.