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2014 Infiniti Q50 and Q50 Hybrid: Build Your Own

by Ryan ZumMallen on

Expectations for the Infiniti Q50 have been high since the luxury sedan debuted at the Detroit Motor Show in January, and today we can make one of our own with the recently-launched Q50 configurator.

The page allows users to design and option out their own 2014 Infiniti Q50 or Q50 Hybrid, and also gives us a detailed look at the price of different trims and options. Whether you like the rear-wheel drive Q50 or feel like splurging for the all-wheel drive Q50 Hybrid, there’s something here for everyone.

Formerly called the Infiniti G37 sedan, the Q50 has evolved into a larger and more distinguished four-door that sports a truly unique design, in a segment where many competitors are beginning to look too much alike. Click here to play around with the Q50 builder.

The new Q50 sports the Infiniti family scrunched front grille, and swooping lines around the wheel wells that chisel the side panels into a smooth and dynamic profile – at once conveying comfort and performance. Fitting, then, that you can choose from a variety of powertrain and luxury options to find the perfect Q50 for your needs.

Both the 2014 Infiniti Q50 and Q50 Hybrid are available as rear-wheel or all-wheel drive in Base trim (Q50 only), Premium or Sport trims. Premium models come with a Bose speaker system, moonroof and heated seats while the Sport boasts 19-inch wheels, sport brakes, a sport-tuned suspension and paddle shifters.

Between those three trims, pricing for the 2014 Q50 will run between $36,450 and $42,950, while opting for all-wheel drive will push the tag from $38,250 to $44,750 before options. A 3.7L V6 engine with 328 horsepower provides motivation for the sporty sedan.

For the Q50 Hybrid, pricing will run between $43,700 and $46,100 for rear-wheel drive and between $45,500 and $47,900 for all-wheel drive. That’ll buy you slightly more power, with 354 horsies pushed out of the 3.5L V6. Increased fuel efficiency will surely entice some buyers to plop down the extra cash. After all, a 350-horsepower hybrid that can powerslide without issue is certainly unique.

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