In 2016, the Infiniti Q50 received a complete update giving it a new look and three new supercharged engines. With this yet new version, we expect virtually no change for the 2019 Infiniti Q50. Even after its 2016 update, the 2019 Infiniti Q50 was virtually indistinguishable from before because it focused primarily on bits under the skin. This will remain the same in 2019, as we are not expecting anything new from this luxury sedan. This lack of change should not be a problem, as the 2019 Infiniti Q50 still stands out in the world of luxury vanilla sedans as one of the most sporty style options.
At the very least, the 2019 Infiniti Q50, and the beautiful Infiniti like approach in general, demonstrate that it is possible to send sufficient cooling air into the engine compartment without having to resort to large grille. Beautiful shapes, curves, lines and proportions are ubiquitous in the exterior design of the 2019 Infiniti Q50. Note that the Red Sport 400 is also available in colors other than red.
The fabulous seats and soft touch points contribute to the overall luxury feel of the 2019 Infiniti Q50. A driver sinks into the seat, enough to increase the feeling of comfort and control. The space reserved for the rear passenger is one of the most generous of this class. There are not many storage options in the front, although the compartment under the center armrest is helpful. A set of performance oriented indicators and a digitally enhanced dual display stack are impressive, but they are not as easy to use in practice. While the 2019 Infiniti Q50 is strong enough in general technology, the infotainment system clearly shows its age. The integration of Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone quickly becomes unforgivable in a premium brand. The trunk space of 13.2 cubic feet is approximately medium.
The 2019 Infiniti Q50 2.0t is equipped with a turbocharged 4 cylinder 2.0 liter engine. It produces 208 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque, which is sent to the rear wheels (RWD) or, optionally, all wheel drive (AWD) via a 7 speed automatic transmission with Sport mode. descending of equal speed. It’s a very good engine, but Infiniti does not bother to display downtime at 100 km/h. The 3.0t and the Red Sport 400 both feature turbocharged 3.0 liter V6 engines. In the 3.0 t, it generates 300 horsepower and 295 pound feet of torque (from zero to 60 mph in about five seconds); The Red Sport 400 delivers 400 horsepower and 350 pound feet of torque (good for a 4.5 second sprint at 60 mph). These versions are also equipped with the 7 speed automatic transmission and offer the option of AWD.
According to production estimates, we expect to see 2019 Infiniti Q50 in showrooms in September 2018. The official price is not yet available, but without modification of work, it should remain similar to the current 2019 Infiniti Q50, which $ 35 to $ 53,995.