Infiniti launches new Q50 Signature Edition sedanMay 2, 2021
The new version of the car will receive a bold appearance and a more beautiful interior.
With the launch of a new special edition of its luxury sedan, the Japanese premium brand is set to revitalize its lineup. Still, the debut of the Infiniti Q50 was organized seven years ago at the Detroit Auto Show. True, during this time the model managed to acquire a version of the Red Sport 400 and a recent modest facelift.
The new Q50 Signature Edition features a sleek yet stylish design. A blacked-out chrome grille and polished 19-inch sports aluminum alloy wheels give the sedan a slightly more aggressive look, while the range of available body paint colors has been expanded with four new colors: Dynamic Sunstone Red, Majestic White, Midnight Black and Grand Blue.
In the cabin, there are bucket-shaped front sports seats with light brown leather upholstery.
And also in the interior of the sedan there is wood trim. Equipped with a 16-speaker Bose audio system, navigation and installation with two InTouch touchscreens with an 8.0-inch display at the top and a smaller 7.0-inch display at the bottom.
Yes, the performance of the sedan is answered by the usual V6 engine with a twin turbocharging of three liters with a capacity of 300 horsepower. In conjunction with it, a standard seven-speed automatic transmission works. The drive can be either rear-wheel drive or full.
The Infiniti Q50 Signature Edition will go on sale this spring. The novelty was estimated at a minimum of $ 48,200 for a rear-wheel drive model. The all-wheel drive version will set you back $ 50,200. Other trim options such as Pure, Luxe, Sensory and Red Sport 400 will remain in the lineup for 2021.
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