Infiniti released detailed pricing information for its Q50 2.0T and Hybrid model lines, with prices beginning in the mid-$30,000 range.
If your goal is to park a brand-new Infiniti Q50 in your driveway, the path of least resistance is the 2016 Infiniti Q50 2.0T, which starts at $34,855, including destination. In the Infiniti Q50 2.0T, the Mercedes-sourced turbocharged four-banger sends 208 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels through a seven-speed automatic transmission. Want that power sent to all four wheels instead? The Q50 2.0T AWD will set you back an additional $2,000, at $36,855. Standard equipment on both versions includes power front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, a touchscreen infotainment system, and 17-inch alloy wheels.
If you want more luxury and premium features, but like the four-cylinder engine, Infiniti offers the Q50 2.0T Premium and 2.0T Premium AWD at $38,555 and $40,555, respectively. This is a price hop of $2,000 over the regular 2.0T and the AWD model.
If four cylinders aren’t enough, the Q50 is available in V-6 form as well. The automaker says the pricing for the 300-hp Q50 3.0T and the 400-hp Q50 Red Sport (pictured here) pricing will be revealed at a later date, but did give us the price tag for the Q50 Hybrid, which packs the older 3.5-liter V-6 engine. Power is still prodigious, with 360 hp sent to either the rear or all four wheels. The Hybrid model combines its V-6 engine with a 50-kW electric motor and returns up to 28/34 mpg with rear-wheel drive.
Prices for the Q50 Hybrid Premium begin at $47,955, and a $2,000 price jump to $49,955 for the AWD Hybrid.