The forthcoming 2023 Infiniti Q50 will arrive at some point next year. This modern sedan will undergo significant changes, including the exterior design. On top of that, the interior will also suffer dramatic upgrades. Sedans are not as popular as before and the customers are more into crossovers and SUVs.
Still, you can find a lot of people who are into modern and luxury sedans. Infiniti plans to give it another shot with the Q50 model, so refreshments are a must. While we don’t know all of the details, Q50 will keep its price, although the Pure trim level won’t be on offer anymore.
Infiniti Q50 Exterior Redesign
The 2023 Infiniti Q50 will get a redesign. The most recent reports are suggesting the 2022MY will arrive with minor updates only. Thanks to that, we expect the luxury sedan will finally introduce a new look in the next year. Beside that, Infiniti could also provide further changes in terms of trim levels. The sedans are not as popular as in the previous years.
Because of that, Infiniti will try to give its iconic Q50 sedan a new appearance and hopefully, attract more customers. The redesign will include new optional wheels, new front fascia and additional exterior colors. As before, the famous Red Sport variant will be on offer.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto were incorporated in the 2020 edition. Infiniti has updated its infotainment system across the board. In terms of integration, Infiniti offers InTouch infotainment, which is faster and has crisper visuals, as well as the capacity to upgrade itself over-the-air. Except for the QX60, this infotainment and integration is offered throughout the lineup.
The 2023 Infiniti Q50 is likely to be developed with a number of active driving assists that are all standard, whilst the Q80 receives a redesigned gauge cluster, a seven-inch display, and elegant metal speaker grilles. Clearly, the Q50 is getting some dramatic upgrades. However, we don’t know yet how significant the updates will be.
Q50 and Q50 Red Sport Specs
The upcoming 2023 Infiniti Q50 will feature the same 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine. This unit is available in Luxe and Sensory trim levels. It can produce up to 300 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. On the other hand, the Red Sport model will use the same engine but it will get the same tuning as the new Nissan Z.
Thanks to that, Q50 Red Sport develops around 400 horsepower and a torque of 350 lb-ft. Both version are using the same seven-speed automatic transmission. Moreover, Infiniti provides a wheel-mounted paddle shifters. A four-wheel-drive system is optional and it also comes with an independent suspension.
2023 Infiniti Q50 Release Date, Price
The 2023 Infniti Q50 will hit the markets in the second half of 2022. This means the luxury sedan is less than a year away. The price will start at $43,000. The Red Sport trim level will cost around $57,000, and Pure trim level is no longer available. As before, Q50 will rival Audi Q3 and Cadillac CT5 models.