Perhaps a bit more constrained and conventional than the RC. Its a good look though...
Compare it to the Q50 and you should be able to answer most of your own questions. The Japanese are notorious for showing 'concepts' that are a shake or less away from production...This is the concept though so does that mean that the production version will look boring. As a production model this concept would be great, but it scares me that it may get dumbed down from what it is now. Will it keep the bottom part of the front bumper? Will it keep the nice body contours on the side of the car?
The overall lines/shape will be near identical, save for things like mirrors, crashable bumpers and turn indicators. The CF splitter and exhaust outlines will likely disappear on all but the highest of trims...I just always have to hold my breath when I see a concept because you never know if the production version will live up to it. Even if the changes are subtle, it can be those changes that make the big difference. I'm not saying it will be bad, I am just saying that I hope it will stay really close to this concept.
ok, so what would be the alternative for people looking for good bang for their buck? Buick? Hyundai? Chrysler?I have to say that I think this Infiniti is the best looking one that I have seen in a pretty long time. Not complicated, but really nice looking. I don't think it will be a segment leader or anything, but it will be a great alternative for people who are looking for good bang for their buck.
As far as the luxury brands go, Infiniti, Acura, Cadillac and Lincoln offer cheaper options than the rest.ok, so what would be the alternative for people looking for good bang for their buck? Buick? Hyundai? Chrysler?
if that's the mindset, forget about buying Lexus, Infiniti and the like, you won't find that here!
What are you arguing?As far as the luxury brands go, Infiniti, Acura, Cadillac and Lincoln offer cheaper options than the rest.