When the Infiniti Q50 sports sedan was introduced, it was big news – both for its seductive styling and its suite of exclusive technologies such as its world’s first Direct Adaptive Steering™, Active Lane Control and Predictive Forward Collision Warning. Now, just two years later, the Q50 is posed to shake up the status quo in the segment once again with an extensive list of enhancements – starting with three new turbocharged engines and a range of new chassis technologies.
“As Infiniti’s best-selling nameplate in the United States and around the globe, it’s critical that we keep moving forward with state-of-the-art performance and safety technologies,” said Randy Parker, vice president, Infiniti Americas. “We’re dramatically expanding our Q50 model range with the 400-horsepower Red Sport 400 on one end and the new 2.0t, featuring our first 4-cylinder engine in the segment, at the other. This allows us our customers to find the perfect match for any driving style or need.”
The Infiniti Q50 is now offered in a range of trim levels, each in a choice of rear-wheel or all-wheel drive – Q50 2.0t and Q50 2.0t Premium, Q50 3.0t Premium, Q50 Hybrid Premium, Q50 3.0t Sport and Q50 Red Sport 400.