2014 Infiniti Q50 configurator comes alive
Selecting the hybrid model adds $7,250 to that bottom line – mostly because the gasoline-electric version is only available in the Premium trim and higher, while the gas-only Q50 comes in a base guise. Adding all-wheel drive, which Infiniti has made available with either engine and on all trims, will set you back $1,800.
There are a number of packages available across the trims, including a $1,400 navigation pack that includes a spare tire kit, a deluxe touring pack that costs $4,700 (and includes the navigation goodies), and the upper-crust $7,900 technology package which gets you, well, everything. Put that all together on a Venetian Ruby Q50 RWD Sport like we did, and you're looking at $51,755 when destination has been added.
To recap, the Q50 is powered by a naturally aspirated 3.7-liter V6 that produces 328 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque. The Q50 Hybrid uses a smaller 3.5-liter V6 coupled to a 50-kilowatt electric motor. In the hybrid, the gas engine produces 296 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque, and the total output with the hybrid motor brings that first number up to 354.
Head over to Infiniti's build-your-own site to see all of the color and package combinations for the Q50, and scroll through our gallery below to see many more shots of the car live from its Detroit Auto Show debut.
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