That's what I said.Uh...no. Bruder is correct...tighten them evenly, and torque them with a torque wrench. Retorque after a few drives. "snug plus a quarter turn" is not the proper way to do anything, especially lug nuts.
If you keep the impact at full torque and just keep hitting the lugs with it past that range then you are going to shear studs or strip the nuts out.
Impact wrenches have torque settings. Turn it down, do the criss cross pattern, check them, drive, tighten again.
'Snug plus a quarter turn' is almost ideal for lug nuts.
'(Torque spec here) plus a quarter turn' is used in a lot of FSMs (Helms) for torque specs. They want you to get a snug fitment, and then stretch the stud with the quarter turn. Head studs? Wheel studs are similar. If you own a shop, you would do this, because a customer isn't going to come back in 10 minutes to have their car put back on the lift just so you can check their lug nut torque specs.