The Infiniti Q50 premium sport sedan has been awarded with the Ritvo Design & Elegance Award by the New England Motor Press Association (NEMPA). Named for the late Gene Ritvo, a veteran concours photographer and NEMPA member, the award recognizes the very best in automotive design.
Direct Adaptive Steering™ (DAS) is the world's first production steer-by-wire system, providing new levels of control, precision and adaptability. The system uses advanced electronics to streamline the steering mechanism for a more precise feeling behind the wheel.
Infiniti is now offering a new Sport Muffler Kit for all models of its Q50. This system further enhances the driving experience by improving the aural notes of the sports sedan, while simultaneously reducing its overall weight by almost nine pounds.
As Infiniti approaches its 25th anniversary in November 2014, the contrast between then and now is remarkable. Plans have been announced to expand the current product portfolio by 60 percent in the next five years, along with doubling the number of powertrains.
Infiniti announced today its Q50 Hybrid premium sport sedan was named to Kelley Blue Book’s Ten Most Fuel-Efficient Luxury Cars for 2014. Since its debut, the Infiniti Q50 premium sport sedan has regularly been recognized for its exhilarating performance characteristics and excellent fuel economy.
Infiniti announced today that Edmunds.com has named the 2014 Infiniti Q50 among its “Top Rated Vehicles.” The QX60 was also awarded as one of its “2014 Most Popular on Edmunds.com Midrange Luxury SUVs” and the QX80 was named as one of its “Most Popular on Edmunds.com Premium Luxury SUVs.” Each of the vehicles was recognized during a presentation at the 2014 New York International Auto Show where Michael Bartsch, vice president of Infiniti Americas, accepted the award on the company’s behalf.