New 2024 Infiniti Q50 Concept, Images, Price – Compared to other premium sedans in its class, the Infiniti 2024 Infiniti Q50 stands out. Even though Infiniti has come a long way from its modest origins, we’ve found that the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class continue to set the bar higher with each new generation, leaving us disappointed with the Q50s performance.
Every model comes standard with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine, making it a very inexpensive way to get a premium vehicle to perform enthusiastically. Every variant, save the Red Sport 400, comes standard with 300 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. An all-wheel drive is an option, but the standard setup sends power to the rear wheels alone, with 400 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque.
2024 Infiniti Q50 Redesign
The Sensory trim, introduced last year, has many of the same features that the Signature trim has, but at a far lower cost. Open-pore wood trim, Saddle Brown leather, and a better temperature control system are available options. Even the cheapest Luxe trim now includes leather upholstery as standard equipment, bringing the total number of available luxury options up to twenty-five. Power steering column, power-folding mirrors with automatic reverse tilt-down, memory settings for both front occupants.
The 2024 Infiniti Q50 sedan’s external styling has remained mostly unchanged for 2022. This isn’t a problem for us since the Q50 is a sleek and well-balanced car. The front and rear of the car are equipped with LED lights, as are the fog lights up front. On most variants, the chrome window surround elevates the Q50’s look even further, with its sensual-looking sculpted fenders.
Unfortunately, the 2024 Infiniti Q50 interior is another disappointment. There is average rear legroom in all vehicles, even in the entry-level trim level. Even though most competitors have switched to digital displays, the Q50 retains its retro appearance with conventional analog dials. With the dual-screen infotainment layout, there is at least some modernity in terms of invention, although this effort at innovation is not all that sophisticated and may be difficult to use.
The Infiniti Q50 can comfortably fit five people in the backseat, with the backseat passengers just a little bothered by the lack of headroom and legroom, but this isn’t unusual for vehicles of this size. A youngster would fit better in the center of the bench back seat than a full-sized adult. Because there’s so much room in the front, everyone has room to spread out and relax.
The 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine that powers the 2024 Infiniti Q50 means that there is no model that is sluggish. There is a lot of power for a basic model with 300 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. Because the power isn’t buried away at high revs and the throttle response is superb even at low revs, this is a positive. You can confidently overtake on the interstate in any gear, even when starting from a stop at a red signal.
The Red Sport 400 may have the oddest name around, but with 400 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque, it’ll be hard to find many other vehicles in this sector that can keep up. There are, however, competitors like the BMW M340i and Audi S4 that are more dynamic and feel quicker than their numbers indicate. The Q50 isn’t slow or sluggish, but its German competitors are unquestionably more refined.
2024 Infiniti Q50 Release Date and Price
The 2024 Infiniti Q50 Luxe is the cheapest model in the Luxe line, costing $42,100 before the $1,025 shipping and handling charge. The Sensory model, which starts at $47,800, is the next step up in the lineup. The Red Sport 400 rounds off the lineup, with a starting price of $55,950. All models may be equipped with all-wheel drive (AWD) for an additional $2,000 on top of the base price.