Infiniti told about the features of the sedan Q50 2021 model yearSeptember 30, 2020
The Japanese premium brand has published information about the Infiniti Q50 sedan version 2021 model year. The car has received many changes, in particular a new complete set. Prices for the new car were also published.
The Japanese Infiniti Q50 sedan in the 2021 version of the model year will be available with a new configuration, which is called Sensory. In the new version of the car, the overall appearance has changed a bit, in particular due to the slightly more aggressive front and rear bumpers. The list of options has expanded – now buyers have access to automatic dimming of exterior mirrors with the function of tilting back, leather-covered sports seats, premium Bose audio system with 16 speakers, black ceiling and racks, as well as wood trim of some interior elements.
The base price of the Q50 2021 sedan model year starts at $ 36,600 and is already available for orders in the United States.
Even the basic Pure comes with a wider range of standard safety and driver assistance systems, including blind spot warning, lane departure warning, intelligent round-the-clock monitor, adaptive cruise control, high beam assistance and more.
The Japanese sedan will receive two new body colors: Slate Gray and Grand Blue, and the more powerful version of the Red Sport 400 will boast a new interior finish Black Matte Carbon Fiber and black exterior elements.
The Q21 2021 will still only be available with a 300-horsepower 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine for the Pure, Lux and Sensory. The Q50 Red Sport also has a version of this twin-turbocharged engine that produces 400 hp. Customers can choose either a standard rear-wheel drive or an additional all-wheel drive system.
Not so long ago, we wrote that they presented a prototype Infiniti QX60 Monograph. Infiniti on Friday, September 25, introduced the QX60 Monograph concept, the production version of which will debut next year.
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