And hence was propelled to launch a new model, 2015 Infiniti Q50 as a replacement. With top priority being the implementation of new technology, it has been incorporated with Direct Adaptive Steering or DAT. Infiniti hopes to gain back the lost market share and brave through any stiff competition with this revolutionary sedan. A new look 2015 Q50 is a 5 seat sedan made in 6 different trims and is available in the Base RWD and Sport AWD models. It comes with the company’s signature double arch grill design, LED anti-fog front and rear lights, horizontal head-lights and tail-lights and has dimensions greater that the G series models. The interior is spacious and has been designed with rich and highly durable material such as wood and upholstery leather. Most of the space s clutter free and the seats have variable adjustable modes. The central dashboard houses two stacked touch screen panels of 7 inch and 8 inch in size.
2015 Infiniti Q50 release date, coupe, review, changes
The 2015 Infiniti Q50 is powered by the 3.7-litre V6 engine with a capability of producing 354 horsepower along with 269 lb-ft of torque and is coupled with 7-speed automated transmission system. For the first time it also has an electric hybrid version which comes with a 3.5-litre V6 engine which is powered by a 50 KW electric motor and Lithium-ion battery. This hybrid version also boasts of 7-speed automatic transmission. Having a light frame made out of aluminum makes Q50 the perfect economic sedan as it consumes less fuel due to decreased weight and greater pick up. Infiniti fulfilled its dream of making a technologically advanced car with the help of 2015 Infiniti Q50. It is laden with some of the latest innovations to increase driver safety and gives you the best travelling experience.
Active Lane Control makes use of the camera based straight line stabilization system which is paired with the Lane Departure Prevention System (LDPS). The LDPS automatically makes some input steering angle adjustments when there is a slight directional change induced by stormy winds or change in road surface. Direct Adaptive Steering helps control tire angles and transmits driver inputs into the mechanical steering system rapidly.
On the interactive front, 2015 Infiniti Q50 comes with a uniquely developed InTouch system which helps in displaying information on a touch screen panel, help in navigation and also provide users the ability to update, download and sync useful information with smartphone apps or a USB flash drive. Some stiff competition is already present in the market for 2015 Infiniti Q50 from the powerhouses of Mercedes, Lexus and BMW with their models Mercedes Benz C-Class, Lexus IS and BMW 3-Series. Infiniti would like to use the incorporation of new technology as their USP against these behemoths. Even though the exact release date is not yet known the price of 2015 Infiniti Q50 is expected to lie in the range of $37,000 to $60,000 depending upon the various models which will be available in base, sport and hybrid versions.