Infiniti has launched a new online configuration tool for the 2014 Q50 sedan, allowing potential customers to create the car of their dreams. The new Infiniti sedan goes on sale this summer.
Online shoppers must first choose whether to equip their virtual Q50 with a 328-hp, 3.7-liter V-6 engine, or a 354-hp hybrid powertrain that combines a 3.5-liter V-6 and electric motor. The non-hybrid is available from just $37,355 after a $905 destination charge. It comes with equipment like automatic LED headlights, push-button start, and dual-zone climate control.
The next step up is the $40,205 Infiniti Q50 Premium, which adds a 14-speaker audio system, heated front seats, power sunroof, and universal garage door opener. Anteing up $43,855 affords Infiniti buyers the Q50 Sport, which adds 19-inch alloy wheels, more powerful disc brakes, leather sport seats, sportier suspension tuning, a unique front fascia, and magnesium paddle shifters for the seven-speed automatic transmission.
The 2014 Infiniti Q50 Hybrid largely mirrors the equipment list of the standard car. It costs $44,605 for the Q50 Hybrid Premium and $47,005 for the loaded Q50 Hybrid Sport. Adding all-wheel drive to any 2014 Infiniti Q50 adds $1800 to the sticker price. There are eight exterior color choices — although three are variations on silver and two are shades of black.
The lengthy options list for the Q50 Premium and Sport trim levels includes the $1400 Navigation package, the $200 Spare Tire package, the $1000 Leather Seating package, the $3100 Deluxe Touring package, and the $3200 Technology package. For the Q50 Hybrid Premium and Sport, option packages comprise the $1400 Navigation pack and the $5000 Deluxe Technology pack. An Infiniti Q50 Hybrid Sport with all-wheel drive and every option would set shoppers back $55,205, after the requisite $905 destination charge.