A new online configuration tool has been launched for Infiniti’s 2014 Q50 sedan, which starts selling this summer. Potential customers will first have to select between the Q50 with a 328-hp, 3.7-liter V-6 engine, or a 354-hp hybrid powertrain that consists of a 3.5-liter V-6 and electric motor. The non-hybrid has a starting price of only $37,355, which includes a destination cost of $905.
It features automatic LED headlights, push-button start, and dual-zone climate control. Going up a step, there’s the Infiniti Q50 Premium, which costs $40,205. It comes with a 14-speaker audio system, heated front seats, power sunroof, and universal garage door opener.
For $43,855, buyers can get the Q50 Sport, which features 19-inch alloy wheels, more powerful disc brakes, leather sport seats, sportier suspension tuning, a distinct front fascia, and magnesium paddle shifters for the seven-speed automatic transmission.
The 2014 Infiniti Q50 Hybrid mostly has the same features as that of the standard car. It is priced at $44,605 for the Q50 Hybrid Premium while the loaded Q50 Hybrid Sport costs $47,005. Opting for all-wheel drive for any 2014 Infiniti Q50 raises the price by $1800.
There are eight exterior color available; however, three are variations on silver and two are shades of black. Included in the options list for the Q50 Premium and Sport trim levels are the $1400 Navigation package, the $200 Spare Tire package, the $1000 Leather Seating package, the $3100 Deluxe Touring package, and the $3200 Technology package.
The options packages for the Q50 Hybrid Premium and Sport include the $1400 Navigation pack and the $5000 Deluxe Technology pack. Paying $55,205 will get the buyer an Infiniti Q50 Hybrid Sport with all-wheel drive and every option available. This price includes the $905 destination charge.