If you've ever been wondering about what the 2017 Infiniti Q60 Coupe looks like, well, this is the beauty of a car fully exposed. Infiniti made plans to debut the car in the next two months, but that debut just got spoiled.

The car was spotted outside Las Vegas in what seems to be the filming of a promotional video. Clearly, the Q60 looks stunning in red, which reminds us of that song by British-Irish singer-songwriter Chris de Burgh, "Lady in Red."

The look is more or less what most have come to expect after the concept design was revealed back at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show back in January. The whole design is quite impressive, especially with that awesome Infiniti grille at the nose section.

When it comes down to the front bumper, the Formula One-style bumper has been ditched for something more conventional. This should be expected as Infiniti's parent company, Renault, has recently broken up with the Red Bull racing team.

We actually prefer this move since the old bumper made for a car that looks too much like a Mercedes-Benz.

Looking at the pert tail, we have to say it has an unusually short deck and a roofline that comes off as quite aggressive. In terms of aesthetics, the Q60 Coupe BMW 4 Series, Audi A5, Lexus RC and the Mercedes C-Class are less impressive. Those are the alternatives, so folks who are looking to purchase a car in the same category might want to look at the Q60 Coupe if aesthetics matter.

Under the hood, the new engine is a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6. An engine like this could grab around 336kW of power.

We have to say, the concept looks a lot better, but this is more or less always the case when concept transforms into reality.

The 2017 Infiniti Q60 Coupe will make its debut come January 2016 at the Detroit Auto Show. Pricing is expected to be announced along with availability.

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