Infiniti has announced pricing for its 2014 Q50 Sports Sedan, with an MSRP starting at $36,450 for its base model (plus destination). The base Q50 has a 3.7-liter V6, 7-speed automatic transmission and is rear-wheel driven. The vehicle goes on sale this summer and that introductory price is about $900 lower than the Infiniti G37 Sedan the Q50 is meant to replace.
In its base configuration, the 2014 Infiniti Q50 sedan features Direct Adaptive Steering (a world's first) and Active Lane Control. Models range from rear-wheel to all-wheel options in standard, Premium and Sport packages with a 3.7L gasoline or 3.5-liter Direct Response Hybrid option.
The Q50 Sedan in AWD starts at $38,250, the Q50 Premium at $39,300, and the Premium AWD at $41,100. The 2014 Q50 Sport in RWD is $42,950 and in AWD is $44,750. Prices do not include destination.
Efficient 3.5-liter hybrid models of the 2014 Infiniti Q50 Hybrid begin at $43,700 for the Premium, $45,500 for the Q50 Hybrid Premium AWD, $46,100 for the Q50 Hybrid Sport and $47,900 for the Q50 Hybrid Sport AWD. These prices also do not include destination fees.
As unveiled in Detroit last month, the 2014 Infiniti Q50 sports sedan heralds distinctive design, excellent performance, and high-end options for this premium brand. As Infinit's flagship sedan, it is aimed towards a younger audience with discerning tastes who prefer performance and efficiency with their luxury.
The interior cockpit is dominated by the dual touch screens of the advanced InTouch communications and infotainment system. Standard features include hands-free phone connectivity and smart phone collaboration. Performance in the 2014 Q50 comes from the 328 horsepower 3.7-liter V6 while the Q50 Hybrid offers intelligent Dual Clutch Control for smart energy management without sacrificing the performance feel.