Wish I could give it five stars. Like many Infiniti owners, I love my Q60 but absolutely despise the Intel-powered infotainment. After much research, Nifty City modules seemed to be the best option for me. So I am just going to list pros and cons: Pros: (1) Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (I opted for wireless connectivity for both) (2) Better Bluetooth interface than OEM (3) Sound customization (treble, bass, etc. (4) Easy install if you have some experience with working on cars or electronics in general (my install took three hours, as I was extra careful with removing trim, wiring the new harness, and not being too hasty to throw it back together) (5) Makes my Q60 useable and look modern on the inside to finally match the outside Cons: (1) The top screen (Nifty City module powered) now has its own interface that displays the climate menu on the bottom and the temp is in Celsius (not Fahrenheit) with NO way to change it (2) The module retains steering wheel controls, but the seek track button is reversed for some reason (3) The audio playing stops and the display on the top screen reverts to the OEM map when putting the car in reverse (4) When you push the physical climate button on the center console, the the display on the top screen reverts to the OEM map for a few seconds, then back to CarPlay/Nifty City interface Definitely some weird kinks that I can't seem to get used to. Not sure if this can be fixed via a software update through Nifty City or how that would even happen. Overall, though, I now have CarPlay in my Q60. I am happier than I was before.
Thank you, fast shipped too