Infiniti's infinite creative sculpted and muscle multimeter, the Q50, features optional cable management technology. The 2.0-liter turbo inline and 208 HP offers V-6 twin-turbo engine 3.0-liter 300 hp and a hybrid powertrain up to 360 hp and 32 mpg highway. All Q50s are equipped with a seven-speed automatic transmission and a rear or full transmission. The infotainment system offers applications for courier and concierge services; Adaptive cruise control and automatic emergency braking are optional.
Since launching for the 2014 model year, Infiniti has expanded and developed the Q50 line with more engine options, improved performance and enhanced luxury. By the year 2018, the Q50 will see a slight mid-cycle improvement, characterized by a slightly adjusted appearance, new gear alignment and management refinement, and a more general driving experience.
The orientation of the engine remains the same. The entry point is a four-engine turbo 2.0-liter inline sloth that features a V-6 engine of 3.0-liter twin-turbo 300 hp and V-6 3.5-liter 360 CV, and range-topper also uses the upgraded 3.0-liter V6, tuned to 400 hp. Each powertrain is connected to a seven-speed automatic transmission, magnesium shift paddles are available in the 3.0t Sport and the Red Sport 400.
The redesigned style of the Q50 is so subtle that at first glance we thought we were watching last year's version. At the front, the bumper was easily reshaped, as were the grille and daylight boxes. Luxury and Pure have a softer aperture that looks more luxurious. The car have bolder representations that include model airplanes in bends. On the back there is a new cover, bumpers and taillights. The trunk swaps the lower chrome strip for easy folding, the bumper has more reflectors and the rear lights take a more horizontal shape with LED lamps. The Q50 has introduced the world to Infiniti's Direct Adaptive Steering System (DAS), which has no mechanical link between the steering wheel and the rack.
The driver can choose between six different driving modes: Snow, Eco, Standard, Sport, Sport + and Personal, the last of which is customizable. The different modes change the throttle response, the shift points, the dampers and the steering ratio. According to Infiniti, the steering ratio at 60 mph is 4% faster in Sport mode and 12% faster in Sport +, and we also notice a shift in the steering weight at lower speeds. The standard mode steering is slightly vague and light, while the sport is better and Sport + is an impressive clarity.
Additional Features Can Be Bought
- Super Collision Damage Waiver
- Child Safety Seat: For children (15-30kg, 33-66lb) (CST)
- Baby Safety Seat: For children 1-4 years (13-25 kg, 20-50 lb)
- Infant Safety Seat: For children (0-13kg, 0-29lb) (CSI)
- Personal Accident Insurance
- Collision Damage Waiver
- Additional Driver
- GPS satellite System
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