The 2014 Infiniti Q50 was created with a distinct and new level of customer engagement by building on what made the Infiniti legendary: being the leader in both technology and performance and having a sports sedan design. The 2014 Infiniti Q50 was launched in the North American market during the summer of 2013 with the rollout to other global markets taking place in late 2013.
According to Infiniti President Johan de Nysschen, the Infiniti Q50 has managed to propel the Infiniti in a new and bold direction by stretching the boundaries of what the sports sedan could be. Sports sedans from Infiniti have always been known for their excellent presence and proportions and the Infiniti Q50 adds a new dimension to the premium style.
The 4-wheel independent multi-link suspension allows the Infiniti Q50 for precise handling. The front of the Q50 has a double-wishbone single pivot design while the rear design has been revised in order to utilize a multi-link design that has Dual Flow Path shock absorbers and coil springs, increasing the stiffness of the camber and improving ride comfort.
The suspension also features a rather extensive use of components that are made of lightweight aluminum and has stabilizer bars on the front and back. This sport-tuned suspension can also be found in the Sport models. Finally, the enhance handling is supported by improving the stiffness of the body. The 17-inch 225/55R17 all season run-flat wheels of the Infiniti Q50 are made of aluminum alloy whose surface has been machine finished.
Buyers have the option to go for the 245/40R19 run-flat all-season and 19-inch sporty wheels that are also composed of aluminum alloy. The braking system is made possible by the 4-wheel power-assisted vented disc brakes that have the Electronic Brake force Distribution and Brake Assist, as well as a 4-wheel Anti-lock Braking System.
Sports brakes are also available with its upgraded rotors, 2-piston real caliper, and 4-piston front caliper. The steering of the Q50 is made possible by the power-assisted vehicle-speed-sensitive rack-and pinion system.