A complete revamp to brand naming can be quite confusing, especially when the original nomenclature was recognized as the best selling product. The newly renamed, yet still the same Infiniti Q60 convertible offers buyers an elegant, yet functional open air form to its strong selling coupe. The sleek, classy silhouette closely resembles it's sibling, yet allows the driver and passengers plenty of open air flow with the push of a button. The hardtop convertible creates a symphony of sheet metal when being retracted that promptly retracts into a tonneau located just above the boot space, or trunk. As most hardtop variants do, the Q60 underlines a unique selling proposition as an all-weather and all-season convertible. Weekend getaways with a small carry on backpack or duffle bag are easily accommodated, yet pack only one, as the trunk space remains well, limited. Yet as Infiniti does, technology and luxury remains the focus point as both greet each of the possible four passengers with plenty minimum effort. The test car was delivered in a radiant Venetian Ruby with the stunning Wheat leather interior that leaves the vehicle to become just as appealing and interesting as an exclusive fine jewel. A level of sport refinement comes in to play while driving, while to properly tuned exhaust note roars solid from a naturally aspirated, efficient, 330 horsepower V6 engine. The rear wheel drive orientation also helps to contribute to the sports car appeal that the segment demands. Buyers in the market for a luxurious, yet sporty midsize convertible should certainly take a look at the new Infiniti Q60 convertible. For more information, visit the new Q60 hardtop convertible at infiniti.com.