The Infiniti Q50 sedan continues for 2023 without the support of its coupe sibling, the Q60. There are just three small changes on the way, one being the addition of Infiniti Premium Care. Expanded to every Infiniti sold or leased
- Q50 Luxe: $43,725 ($610)
- Q50 Sensory: $49,425 ($400)
- Q50 Red Sport 400: $57,575 ($600)
The last change is the availability of a Saddle Brown interior, which used to require stepping up to the Sensory. Rear-wheel drive is the standard layout, all-wheel drive can be optioned to any trim for $2,000. The twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 hold steady at 300 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque for the Luxe and Sensory, or 400 hp and 350 lb-ft for the Red Sport 400, shifting through a seven-speed automatic no matter the output.
It’s possible there are more people who want to know where the Q50 is going than want to buy the car
The Q50 seems like it’s doing circles in a product cul-de-sac, knowing there’s no point in revamping the current generation or developing a new one. But the car on sale is just bringing down values; unlike much of the rest of the market, there’s real money to be saved on a one- or two-year-old Q50. Perhaps when the electric revolution has some power behind it in 2027 or 2028, we could see a return to the hot Infiniti sedans of yore.