With the 2014 Infiniti Q50 going on sale this summer, Infiniti has finally released pricing for its all-new and newly named sedan. In base form, the Q50 will start at $36,450 (*including $905 for destination and handling), which represents a drop of $900 compared to the current G37 Sedan.

In standard form, the Q50 is available in base, Premium and Sport trim levels with each offering the option of all-wheel drive for an additional $1,800. All gas-only Q50s come with the automaker's excellent 3.7-liter V6 engine, but stepping over to the Q50 Hybrid gets you a smaller 3.5-liter V6 paired with an electric motor. The Q50 Hybrid, which is available in Premium and Sport trim levels only, will begin at $43,700 for a rear-wheel-drive Sport model.

Potential buyers who preorder and ultimately purchase a Q50 during the unspecified "program period" will also get a free iPad mini. Scroll down for the official press release breaking down all trim levels and price points.
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INFINITI ANNOUNCES $36,450 USD INTRODUCTORY PRICE FOR ALL-NEW 2014 INFINITI Q50 SPORTS SEDAN

– Stunning New Design, Featuring Engaging Performance and Intuitive Technology,
Goes on Sale in Summer 2013 –

NEW YORK (March 27, 2013) – Infiniti Motor Company Limited today announced
an introductory pre-order Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price* (M.S.R.P.) of
$36,450 USD for the all-new 2014 Infiniti Q50 sport sedan, which goes on sale in
summer 2013 at Infiniti retailers in the United States. The special introductory
pricing is $900 lower than the 2013 Infiniti G37 Sedan starting M.S.R.P. The
"popularly equipped" Q50 Premium model with an optional, advanced navigation
system is introductory priced at $40,700 USD.

The 2014 Infiniti Q50 is designed to stretch the boundaries of what a sports sedan
can be – with such advanced features as the world's first Direct Adaptive Steering™
technology and Active Lane Control. The Q50 is offered with a choice of a 3.7-liter V6
or 3.5-liter Infiniti Direct Response Hybrid™ system in rear-wheel drive or all-wheel
drive. "From world's first technologies to unmatched levels of connectivity and
personalization, the 2014 Q50 sports sedan is a bold example of Infiniti's future
brand direction," said Infiniti Americas Vice President Ben Poore.

Infiniti has also expanded the Q50 microsite, infinitiusa.com/all-new-Q50, so
customers can not only learn more about the vehicle, they can now "configure and
reserve" a Q50. Customers who reserve and ultimately purchase a vehicle for
delivery during the program period will receive a complimentary iPad® mini.

Suggested M.S.R.P.s for the 2014 Infiniti Q50 sports sedan (3.7 V6) include:
Model Engine/Transmission/Drive MSRP
Q50 Sedan 3.7-liter V6 / 7AT/ RWD $36,450 USD
Q50 AWD 3.7-liter V6 / 7AT/ AWD $38,250 USD
Q50 Premium 3.7-liter V6 / 7AT / RWD $39,300 USD
Q50 Premium AWD 3.7-liter V6 / 7AT /AWD $41,100 USD
Q50 Sport 3.7-liter V6 / 7AT /RWD $42,950 USD
Q50 Sport AWD 3.7-liter V6 / 7AT /AWD $44,750 USD
Q50 Hybrid Premium 3.5-liter HEV / 7AT / RWD $43,700 USD
Q50 Hybrid Premium AWD 3.5-liter HEV / 7AT / AWD $45,500 USD
Q50 Hybrid Sport 3.5-liter HEV / 7AT / RWD $46,100 USD
Q50 Hybrid Sport AWD 3.5-liter HEV / 7AT / AWD $47,900 USD

Suggested M.S.R.P.s for the 2014 Infiniti Q50 Hybrid sports sedan include Destination and Handling $905 USD.

About the 2014 Infiniti Q50
The 2014 Infiniti Q50 sports sedan brings distinctive design, engaging performance, world's first technologies and unmatched levels of connectivity and personalization to the roads of North America when it goes on sale in summer 2013. The all-new Q50 is designed for a new generation of young, premium customers seeking Infiniti's unique fusion of inspired performance and hospitality.

Taking many of its seductive styling cues from the Infiniti Essence concept, the Q50's tight, athletic appearance blends low, wide proportions with excellent interior roominess to a class marked by unexciting design.

Inside, the Q50 interior offers a driver-centric cockpit with an array of premium comfort and convenience features. The new Infiniti InTouch™ communications system includes large dual touch-screen displays and puts communication with the outside world within easy reach, with integration of hands-free phone, moving map navigation, entertainment and smartphone apps in a way that is safe and easy-to-use while driving.

Infiniti's sports sedan performance leadership continues with the new Q50, which is available with a choice of a refined 328-horsepower 3.7-liter V6 or Q50 Hybrid featuring Infiniti's Direct Response Hybrid™ System with Intelligent Dual Clutch Control. All models come equipped with a refined 7-speed automatic transmission with available solid magnesium paddle shifters. The Infiniti Drive Mode Selector with a range of personal settings is also standard on all models, part of the advanced customizable digital environment system that allows drivers to create unique settings for engine, transmission, handling and steering settings.

Two new world's first production performance technologies make their debuts in the Q50 – Infiniti Direct Adaptive Steering™ technology and Active Lane Control. The new steering system allows advanced control of the Q50's steering effort and responsiveness, transmitting the driver's intentions to the wheels faster than a mechanical system. Four different steering settings are offered, allowing customization by driver preference or road conditions. The Active Lane Control uses a camera-based lane marker detection system to further enhance on-center driving capability and improve vehicle straightability.

The 2014 Infiniti Q50 3.7-liter V6 and 3.5-liter Hybrid models will be available with a choice of rear-wheel drive or Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, and in a range of well-equipped models, including versions with special sport appearance and performance features with sport brakes and sport suspension tuning.

About Infiniti
Infiniti, the premium automotive brand, reflects its brand promise "Inspired Performance" with a model lineup of sedans, coupes, SUVs and crossovers featuring exhilarating performance, emotive design and cutting edge technology. Infiniti continues to launch across the globe through a dedicated network of Infiniti Centers that share a commitment to exceptional hospitality throughout the entire period of ownership. More information about Infiniti and its Total Ownership Experience® can be found at InfinitiUSA.com.


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      TrueDat
      • 1 Year Ago
      what's the Q50 again???
      cadetgray
      • 1 Year Ago
      Probably the best looking Infiniti in the last 10 years. They finally got their design themes or motifs under control. This car just shows how the QX56 is so poorly executed using the same design language. Congrats Infiniti...nice job and fairly priced.
        BG
        • 1 Year Ago
        @cadetgray
        QX56? The whale that roams roadways in the USA, consuming gasoline and resources? The monstrosity that you would think anyone in the 2nd decade of the 21st century would be embarrassed to be seen driving?
          cadetgray
          • 1 Year Ago
          @BG
          I was trying to be polite, but I'm glad to know that I am not the only one who thinks that SUV the worst thing on 4 wheels. They make my eyes hurt...lol
      dowens1617
      • 1 Year Ago
      I really like this car. Good for Infiniti.
      Devonblue4u
      • 1 Year Ago
      Blows everything out of the water at that price. A Ford Fusion Titanium with Nav and DriverAssist costs more.
      Cruising
      • 1 Year Ago
      Well dam, a 2013 Maxima SV starts at $35k. I wonder how many buyers would be compelled to make the jump to the Q50. I know they are different beasts but the pricing is so close. A top of the line Maxima starts at $39k so does the Q50 Premium and the Q50 AWD starts at $38k.
        zizixx89
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Cruising
        Thats true i hope the maxima doesnt end up like the I35. Bumped out the picture which the maxima did to the I35
      Don G
      • 1 Year Ago
      The name change will do nothing but confuse the car buying public and existing owners as well as friends who have a G37 and recommend them to their friends. Even dumber is to have every model that Infiniti makes named with a Q followed by a 2 digit number. Why would you purposely confuse almost every person who is in the market for a new car? This makes absolutely no sense and will likely cost them sales.
        icemilkcoffee
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Don G
        Agreed. I really hate it when a new CEO comes in, andjust changes a bunch of things for no reason aside from showing off to everyone that\'s he\'s taking charge and doing something.
        desinerd1
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Don G
        so if your friend recommends iPhone 4, you go to BestBuy but they have iPhone 5, you will get confused?
      ICantDrive88
      • 1 Year Ago
      "The popularly equipped" Q50 Premium model with an optional, advanced navigation system is introductory priced at $40,700 USD." So it has the Nav at that price OR is it available on this trim? That's not a great way to write that sentence. If it has it at that price that's $2000 less than it costs now, which is nice!
      desinerd1
      • 1 Year Ago
      Impressive list of standard features for that price. Like the color choice as well.
      AD
      • 1 Year Ago
      Take this any day over the IS f sport.
      zizixx89
      • 1 Year Ago
      This car has quad LED headlights
      Will
      • 1 Year Ago
      Well I see their interiors are still the same as the were a decade ago.
        NightFlight
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Will
        Whaaaaa? They look NOTHING alike. 2003 G35 http://www.netcarshow.com/infiniti/2003-g35/1024x768/wallpaper_12.htm 2014 Q50 http://www.netcarshow.com/infiniti/2014-q50/1024x768/wallpaper_0c.htm Stop trolling, you suck at it.
      AronD
      • 1 Year Ago
      Start the Infiniti death watch now.
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