* 2018 INFINITI Q50 Red Sport 400 Model Shown
When you want a fine sedan, you need look no further than the 2018 INFINITI Q50 or its bigger sibling, the INFINITI Q70. These models are ready to pamper you every day and give you excitement on the road ahead. Here's a quick review to help you see their differences and similarities.
The INFINITI Q70 insists on pleasing the driving enthusiast. The standard V6 cranks out 330-horsepower and controls it with a seven-speed automatic transmission. If you are concerned about going green or you like to watch your gas mileage above all else, you can get even more horsepower from the hybrid. This adds an electric motor and hybrid battery to a 3.5-cylinder V6. Earning 28 mpg city and 33 mpg highway, it delivers 360 horsepower. It really does let you have your cake and eat it too! Then there’s the incredible 5.6-liter V8. This racy ride cranks out 420 horsepower for more fun behind the wheel.
Smaller, every horse under the hood of the INFINITI Q50 can do more. Incredibly smart and fuel efficient, a turbo I-4 cranks out 208 horsepower. Yet it earns 30 mpg on the highway. Stepping up, there’s a 300-horsepower V6. At the top of the heap, you’ll find the Red Sport. This exciting model has 400 horses under the hood. It shares the 360-horsepower hybrid you’ll find on the Q70. Both models also offer Direct Adaptive Steering which learns the driver’s style and gives the enthusiast more control.
The INFINITI Q50 and Q70 differ when it comes to passenger and cargo volume. The Q50 has about 101 cu.ft. for people while the Q70 has 103 cu.ft. This translates to more inches for the back row passengers in the Q70. If you need something bigger, the Q70L has a long wheelbase and 110 cu.ft. for passengers. The back row has a remarkable 41 inches of legroom. For luggage, the Q50 has a 13.2-cu.ft. trunk, and the Q70 models have a 14.9-cu.ft. trunk.
The INFINITI Q50 models come with leatherette, leather or quilted leather. Trims are Lunar Black, Kacchu aluminum, or Maple Wood. The INFINITI Q70 models offer similar upholstery choices. Its trim choices include standard Japanese Ash wood and White Ash silver-powdered wood. If you choose the Premium Select Edition, the Q70 adds chrome exterior trim and a rear decklid spoiler. It also has a unique Stone or Graphite semi-aniline interior with a suede-like headliner. While Q50 chairs have eight-way adjustments, Q70s have 10-way power chairs with power-heat and entry/exit assist. On either model, the INFINITI InTouch system includes dual screens and available navigation. The gauges are electroluminescent Fine Vision instruments. In addition to a programmable thermostat, console-mounted air conditioning vents and floor heater ducts keep backseat passengers more comfortable. Last but not least, these cars offer crash avoidance features to help you avoid common collision scenarios.
MSRP excludes destination, taxes, title and registration fees. Starting at MSRP refers to the base model, optional equipment not included. Pricing and offers may change at any time without notification. To get full pricing details, see your dealer. All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.