2014 Infiniti Q50, Q50 Hybrid U.S. pricing announced

Article by Christian A., on June 26, 2013

Infiniti announced that the 2014 Q50 sports sedan powered by a 3.7-liter V6, with RWD will start at $36,700. For the AWD version, customers have to pay $38,500. The 2014 Infiniti Q50 3.7 Premium you will need to pay $39,550 for the RWD version and $41,350 for the AWD model. The Q50S 3.7 (RWD) costs $43,200 while the AWD version comes with a $45,000 price tag.

For those who don’t know, the 3.7-liter V6 found on the Infiniti Q50 delivers 328 horsepower. The 2014 Infiniti Q50 Hybrid is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine and comes with a price tag of $43,950 for the RWD model. The Q50 Hybrid AWD Premium costs $45,750, while the Q50S Hybrid (RWD) will cost $46,350.

The AWD Q50S Hybrid comes with a price tag of $48,150. Prices do not include the $905 destination and handling fee. The all-new Infiniti Q50 also debuts three new world’s first production performance technologies: Direct Adaptive Steering, Active Lane Control and Predictive Forward Collision Warning (PFCW).

Moreover, the Q50 offers Infiniti InTuition, a fully customizable digital environment for linking various driver settings and driving characteristics to their Infiniti Intelligent Key.

The new Infiniti Q50 doesn’t just exude outstanding proportions and presence – traits that Infiniti sports sedans are known for – but also conveys premium style. Its aggressive and elegant nature is highlighted by a smooth yet dynamic character line surging out from its "double arch" grille. This character line flows through the flanks and then merges with the rear end, allowing the Q50 to don a fluid profile while emphasizing its sporty stance.

Shiro Nakamura, senior vice president and chief creative officer, remarked that the new Q50 is heavily influenced by Infiniti concepts known as the 'Infiniti Trilogy,' – in particular Essence -- while paying tribute to iconic styling dynamics of its predecessor. Nakamura added that the tight and sporty looks of the Q50 is a result of fusing its lower and wider proportions with higher levels of interior spaciousness.

Of course, the new Q50 comes with a number of signature Infiniti design cues like the "double arch" grille, Crescent-cut C-pillar and dynamic arch roofline. While its front end already sports an aggressive look, sport versions of the Q50 are provided with a sporty front fascia.

Meanwhile, the grille's 3d textural quality is thanks to the meticulous detailing of its waved mesh pattern surface as well as chrome surrounds. This elegant grille is flanked by characteristic LED headlights, which together with the sharp lines of the marker lights, give the Q50 a more human appearance.

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