The middle name of the most popular civilian motor vehicles of our time is “Utility,” but that doesn't stop some automakers from building a few models that offer little or no trace of that quality. One such is the Infiniti Q60, a graceful, edgy, high-powered 2-plus-2 coupe that takes on the likes of the BMW M440i, Audi S5 and Lexus RC350.
Having driven all of these models except the Audi fairly recently, we couldn't help but notice each of the automakers builds stylish sedans that share many of the finer traits of the three sport coupes. And without exception, the sporty sedans offer tons more of that magical quality, utility, than the coupes do. The coupes look better doing what little they can do, functionally speaking — other than turning heads and ensuring that even the most ordinary folks look good behind the wheel.