Infiniti Q50 was introducing to the United States for the 2013 model year. Then it did peak in sales in 2017 when 44,007 units were delivering. Moreover, it is little wonder that the premium sedan is still available in the SUV era. This is eight years after its original launch. Plus it is getting updates for the 2022 model year. There are important additions to the standard equipment.
Infiniti Q50 2022 Trim Levels
Available in Luxe, Sensory, and Red Sport 400 trim levels, all Q50 does come standard with leather seats with a memory function on the driver’s seat plus power-folding outside mirrors, and Bose Performance Series premium audio system. Moreover, the entry-level grade is, in fact, equipped with 18-inch wheels. Thereby the Sensory and Red Sport 400 are, in fact, fitted with larger 19-inchers.
Just a single-engine option is available for the 2022 model year. Therefore, this is the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 pairing with a seven-speed automatic gearbox with a manual shift mode. It generates 300 horsepower (224 kilowatts) in its standard configuration also 400 hp (298 kW) in the Red Sport 400 trim. Therefore, the customers can choose from either a standard rear-wheel drive system or an optional AWD for all three trim levels.
Wireless Apple CarPlay Connectivity
The wireless Apple CarPlay Connectivity is the highlight in the interior. It is fitting to all 2022 Q50s. Moreover, the Android Auto does remain USB-based. The Saddle Brown leather upholstery is new to the range. It is available on the Sensory models. In fact, the dual-screen setup does continue to take the lead position on the center console. Also, there is a 16-speaker audio system.
The 2022 Infiniti Q50 starts at $42,100 MSRP for the Luxe trim, followed by the Sensory model starting at $47,800 MSRP. Last but not least, the range-topping Red Sport 400 wears a price tag of $55,950 MSRP, with all three models expected at the brand’s showrooms later this month.