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The 2015 Infiniti Q50 represents a styling leap as compared to the G37 model it replaced. Though larger than some of its main competitors, the Q50's proportions manage to make it look more compact from a few paces back. Its interior surprises with more space and finer details up close.
The interior has a sweeping theme that cordons off the controls to the driver with an arc running down the console. The asymmetry helps keep the look a little sportier, a little more cockpit-like. It's dominated by what's sure to be the Q50's lightning rod for controversy: Infiniti InTouch. It's a twin-screen system that replaces most vehicle and infotainment controls with menus on capacitive-touch displays, with a handful of redundant hard keys left behind. A large touchscreen displays frequently used functions from atop the dash, while a second runs infotainment and other systems on a separate pane below, effectively acting like dual monitors.
All Q50 models are powered by a V-6 engine, either the 3.7-liter in standard gas models or the 3.5-liter that's part of a performance-oriented hybrid system.
Infiniti's new Drive Mode Select also helps make sure you get the driving personality right for the mood. With Standard, Sport, Eco, and Snow modes—as well as a customizable Personal setting—the system changes shift patterns, the sensitivity of the throttle, and even the Direct Adaptive Steering's effort and ratio.
The Q50's seats benefit from some of the thought that went into those in the latest Nissan Altima. It's a so-called zero-gravity approach patterned after some real space-age knowledge from NASA--in essence, pressure is distributed more evenly for long-distance comfort. All the Sport models come with extendable thigh bolsters for the driver—a feature that helps tremendously in providing long-range comfort for taller drivers.
*This vehicle is Certified Pre-Owned and is eligible for our third party warranty program.