The guys at Auto Express have recently went behind the wheel in the brand new Infiniti Q50 to show us if the model is worthy of being the successor of the G37.
The Infiniti Q50 should be the company’s answer to models like the BMW 3-Series, the Audi A4 or the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, but can this Japanese four-door sedan rise to the expectations of its main German brothers? Well Auto Express has tried to answer this question and we won’t be spoilers and give you the short and simple answer to this question, so in order to find out, all you have to do is scroll down and click play.
Infiniti has unveiled the Q50 back in January, during the 2013 NAIAS in Detroit, and the model has went on sale across the North American soil in the third quarter of 2013. Prices for the Q50 in the U.S. have been set at 37,605 USD, for the 328 HP (244 kW) and 364 Nm (269 lb-ft) of torque 3.7L V6, while the Q50S can be yours from 44,105 USD. Ordering an AWD will set you back for another 1,800 USD but no matter what version you choose, the 7-speed automatic transmission is always there. A Q50 Hybrid, with a 3.5L V6 and a 50kW electric motor, producing 354 HP (264 kW) is also available.