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All-new Infiniti Q50 to debut at Geneva

Friday 03 March 2017, By Autovolo

All-new Infiniti Q50 to debut at Geneva

All-new Infiniti Q50 to debut at Geneva

Infiniti is set to unveil its latest Q50 saloon at next week’s Geneva Motor Show.

Having racked up record global sales of 20,114 units in February, the car maker will be hoping that this latest addition to the range will help to continue that success.

It marks an impressive 21 per cent rise on the same month in the previous year – and follows on from an equally successful January.

Benefitting from a refreshed interior, it also features driver-focused technologies which, according to the Japanese car maker, ‘take a holistic approach to performance’.

A first for the car is its utilisation of the brand’s ProPilot Assist technology, the platform upon which all future Infiniti autonomous systems will be based. 

The Q50 will be available with a variety of engines, including the award-winning 3.0-litre V6 twin-turbo. It is unknown, however, whether any new powertrains will be launched with the vehicle.

Roland Krueger, president of Infiniti Motor Company, said: “Following record sales in 2016 of more than 231,000 vehicles, it is gratifying to see that customers around the world continue to appreciate the design, performance and quality they expect from Infiniti.

“Our momentum is of course led by new products, with the QX30 and Q60 now on sale in key global markets. In addition, we are pleased to announce our expansion into New Zealand this year.”

An order date for the new Q50 is as yet unknown.