New Details on 2023 INFINITI Q50 Sedan
2023 INFINITI Q50 continues its award-winning combination of a lean, athletic stance. Photo courtesy: INFINITI
New details have just emerged on the 2023 INFINITI Q50, which further elevates its appeal with the addition of INFINITI Premium Care, which is an integrated maintenance program on all INFINTI model 2023 vehicles, lease or retail, sold in the United States. The reveal of the new Q50 is INFINITI’s latest 2023 model year vehicle, after the introduction of the 2023 INFINITI Q55, which is available now at Kelly INFINITI.
“For 2023, the INFINITI Q50 continues to deliver finely crafted design, connected technology, and a driver-focused interior” said Craig Keeys, Group Vice President of INFINITI Americas. “The addition of INFINITI Premium Care further enhances the ownership experience for our loyal customers.”
The 2023 Q50 offers a choice of three trims: LUXE, SENSORY, and Red Sport 400. Each trim is available with INFINITI’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive for an additional $2,000.
The INFINITI Q50 LUXE starts at $42,650 and delivers a generous level of standard equipment that includes Apple CarPlay and USB-based Android Auto compatibility, leather-appointed seats, 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, heated front seats, heated steering wheel, Bose Performance Series audio, and more. New for the 2023 model year, LUXE offers an available Saddle Brown interior color choice, which was previously introduced for Q50 SENSORY.
Moving up to Q50 SENSORY, which starts at $48,350, adds 19-inch wheels, black open-pore wood interior trim, integrated navigation, sport front and rear fascias, Advanced Climate Control System with Plasmacluster Air Purifier and Grape Polyphenol filter and more. For this year, Q50 SENSORY adds an available Radiant Grille Emblem, which was previously available just for the Red Sport 400.
Finally, Q50 Red Sport 400, starts at $56,500, and offers a step up in terms of performance, with its 3.0-liter V$-series twin-turbo V6 engine delivering increased power (400 maximum horsepower versus 300) and torque (350 lb-ft versus 295). It also adds exclusive 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels; uprated brakes with four-piston front and two-piston rear calipers; Dynamic Digital Suspension, which constantly adjusts the shock absorber valves within a wide range of damping force to control body motion when cornering.