Infiniti Q50 Sedan

Class of its own

It’s not easy standing out in a luxury segment dominated by continentals, but the Infiniti Q50 has done remarkably well with its combination of Japanese aesthetics and cutting-edge tech offerings. The sedan sports luscious curves along the bone line and bonnet, including a crescent-shaped C-pillar.

This elegance extends to the interiors, where two touchscreen panels anchor a sleek dashboard in a space that features Kacchu aluminium inspired by samurai armour.

The Q50, which boasts a two-litre turbocharged engine created with Daimler, is the world’s first steer-by-wire car. Its award-winning Direct Adaptive Steering technology tailors steering weight and response according to the situation at hand, providing owners with an exceptional driving experience.

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Published 11th November 2015