19 Feb C46 | Infiniti Q60
20x9 | 20x10.5
Curva Concepts C46
Infiniti Q60 Wheels
The Infiniti Q60 is probably the most stylish entry-luxury coupe in its class. With a long list of competitors including the likes of Lexus and now even Kia, pleasing the crowd is tough. That said, we think the Q60 has solidified its place in the car scene. Packing a twin-turbo V6 that makes 300 horsepower, the VR30 offers a fun driving experience. Let’s not forget, the Q60’s ancestor is the Nissan Skyline at the end of the day.
I know, we’ve had nothing but good things to say about this car. Surely there are some downsides, right? Well, considering it is marketed as a sports coupe, the factory wheel and tire combo it comes with are a bit lackluster. The only logical thing to do was to upgrade the OE Q60 wheels to something much more aggressive, not only aesthetically, but performance oriented. This thing is a sports car after all.
Continue reading to learn more about how Curva Concepts makes the perfect Infiniti Q60 wheels.
Size: 20×9 | 20×10.5
The Silver Surfer
We’ve done an Infiniti in the past, the Q50 on our C300’s, and we’ve got another Q60 in the works which is also gorgeous. It just so happens that Curva Concepts’ fitments are ideal for the Infiniti chassis. Bragging? Maybe a little. Unsurprisingly, the Q60 does in fact come with a staggered fitment from the factory. It is a RWD sports coupe, so that shouldn’t really come as a shock. However, the wheel and tire size is pretty unflattering, especially for the wide fenders on this car.
Keeping that in mind, there was only one approach when it came to this Q60, and that was a wide staggered fitment. We mounted our Curva Concepts C46 in gunmetal to compliment the silver exterior perfectly. The spoke design of the C46 flows incredibly well with the smooth yet aggressive body lines of the Infiniti. This car is running 20×9 in the front, while the rears are 20×10.5. The owner wanted something that leans more on the form side rather than function, so the tire set up is 245/35 in the front and 255/35 in the rear. Yes, there’s a slight stretch on the rear wheels, but consider they’re wrapped in Hankook Ventus V12 Evo2‘s, there’s enough contact patch in that caliber of tire that you’ll be just fine driving spiritedly.