Just a few days ago, Infiniti unveiled the first look at the upgraded Q50 and now when the Geneva Motor Show 2017 opens, the company unveiled the full version, with full details and a lot of official photos.
Nissan’s luxury brand has introduced the new Q50 at the Detroit Auto Show 2014, replacing the G37 as an entry-level luxury sedan. Four years later, with more than 200,000 vehicles sold, the upgraded version was launched with a new look and new technologies to help the car beat the competition.
The upgraded Q50 marks its presence with a dual redesigned grille, with three-dimensional grille and stronger line on the sides. The lights, the front bumper and the rear bumper are very new (at least for sports decorating levels).
It is possible to recognize high quality materials and the same style as the Q60 coupe inside the car. Vehicles have new steering wheel, new gear shift, “spine support” seats, and new technologies. Infiniti’s InTouch system incorporates a touch screen color palette. In addition, the car also has a Bose 16 speaker system.
The ProPilot Assist package also incorporates the latest safety technologies, with a steer-by-wire system, which paves the way for the introduction of future autopilot technologies.
With these upgrades, Infiniti has redesigned the car’s trim levels, depending on the different markets, but revolved around the drive options. Customers can choose from a 2.0-liter turbocharged (208 hp) supercharged engine, a 2.2-liter (168 hp) turbocharged engine, a 3.5-liter V6 engine (302hp) or the most advanced Red version. Sport 400 with a 3.0 liter turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 that produces 400hp.
Besides the steer-by-wire technology, customers can also own digital suspension with electronic damping, and select the rear wheel drive or all wheel drive. This car is expected to sell in months to come.