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Infiniti INFINITI Q50 Car

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A NEW MODEL, A NEW NAME, A NEW ENGINE… AND A NEW BEGINS FOR INFINITI IN EUROPE

A diesel engine joins seductive design and intuitive in their most alluring and forms yet to deliver an engaging new straight to the heart of Europe’s sedan class. The Q50 introduces technologies, ushers in a never-before-seen of dynamic customisation and reinforces performance-first ethos with a Q50 set to rewrite the record books

At a

• All-new premium design of craftsmanship and technology

• First Infiniti Q model for Europe

• drive, manual or automatic

• 2.2-litre four-cylinder diesel with 170PS, 400Nm of and under 115g/km CO2 (estimated*), in under 9 seconds and 4.4 l/100km / 64 mpg

• 364PS Q50 3.5 Hybrid version 0-100km/h in under 5.5seconds and 145g/km CO2 (estimated*)

• Dynamic enhanced by driver-selectable steering and gearing with world-first Adaptive Steering

• Stress-reducing Lane Control that the car within its lane

• Highly digital environment: dual for totally intuitive control

• wheelbase for spacious rear

• New comfortable seat designed spinal support inspired by gravity research by NASA

• On across Europe from the (depending on country)

*Homologated will be available in the summer

SEDUCTIVE DESIGN, AGILE INTUITIVE TECHNOLOGY

The first of a of premium Infiniti models, the Q50 is most significant car yet for the European Marking the debut of the new Infiniti Q structure, the Q50 is designed, engineered, and built to compete at the highest in the premium D-segment.

With its low and proportions and athletic, flowing the Infiniti Q50 brings a new level of design to the BMW 3-series/Audi A4 class – a face whose self-confidence is up by its striking new human-eye like and distinctive ‘double arch’ Other design features, by Infiniti’s trilogy of concept – Essence, Etherea and Emerg-e – go with an interior that unexpectedly spacious accommodation for class.

The Infiniti Q50 is the first to benefit from the brand’s agreement with Daimler AG. The direct-injection four-cylinder turbo-diesel has been modified by the Infiniti teams to ensure engine is in line with Infiniti’s on performance. The engine offers and torque whilst retaining a low CO2 (under 115g/km) which the Q50 at the centre of the premium saloon in Europe – as well as guaranteeing the drive Infiniti owners

Like the engine, both transmissions – a 6-speed manual and automatic – have been to Infiniti’s specific requirements.

The version of the Q50 for Europe is the Q50 3.5 Direct Hybrid whose accelerative will guarantee it a place in the top of European high performance saloons. With 0-100km/h to be well under 5.5 seconds it is even to topple its big brother, the M35h, which is currently in Guinness World Records as the fastest accelerating hybrid

The 364PS Q50 3.5 Hybrid shares the intelligent dual-clutch Direct Hybrid system and 7-speed transmission as the M35h, but with to improve performance, extend its range and allow for an outstanding capacity for a hybrid in this

In characteristic no-compromise Infiniti the performance is matched by a remarkable of efficiency – with fuel on the combined cycle estimated to be 6.2 (45mpg) and CO2 emissions under The Q50 3.5 Hybrid will be available in rear and all-wheel drive in Europe.

The dynamic performance offered by Infiniti Q50 is enhanced with the of Direct Adaptive Steering – a technology that provides steering response and greater with an unrivalled scope for customisation. Direct Adaptive can be configured easily for both effort and gearing, ensuring response is always in tune driving style and type of The system is overseen by three control units and works in with the mechanical steering for failsafe reliability in all situations.

reputation as a technology leader is in the Q50 with the world’s most lane departure prevention yet, Active Lane The newest addition to Infiniti’s Safety Shield technology, Lane Control is unique in the steering (rather than the to encourage the car to stay between the markings on the motorway – an effect as being “magnetized to within its making driving less on long journeys.

Like all technologies, Direct Adaptive and Active Lane Control been developed to seamlessly and support the driver rather isolate them.

The Infiniti Q50 a new-generation digital environment for maximum customization and ease of Up to 96 vehicle parameters can stored on the for up to four different drivers, the Q50 not just one of the most configurable in the class but also one that a very real sense of “my car me”.

Infiniti InTouch™, next-generation communications technology, its debut on the Q50. Dual a first in the class, de-clutter the layout and ensure totally operation of all functions, features and apps.

The Q50’s interior has an on natural elegance, spacious passenger accommodation and the signature attention to detail and premium that set every Infiniti In the design, there is a clear on the driver. Comfort was a particular and in the search for a new type of comfortable came from NASA into the neutral posture the adopts in a zero gravity

The Q50’s comfort seats are to offer maximum spinal and thus reduce fatigue on drives.

The Q50 is the first model to Infiniti’s new naming strategy will see all models bear a Q or (for the crossovers) QX badge. The recalls iconic Q models of past and offers a clear and naming platform into all existing and future Infiniti will fit, with the digit number signifying the of the market where the car competes.

The Q50 makes its European debut at the Motor Show in 2013 – in the halls that in previous saw its concept car forebears unveiled its world reveal at NAIAS in two months before. The Q50 in both and hybrid forms will go on across Europe from 2013 (depending on country) in a of standard and Sport models all to offer maximum choice and for both private and fleet

INFINITI Q50 DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT

(mm) 4790

Width

Height 1455

Wheelbase

Wheel size 17/18/19-inch

2143cc

Fuel system rail

Turbocharger Variable

INFINITI Q50 3.5 HYBRID POWERTRAIN

V6 petrol/electric hybrid

Type dual clutch

Displacement

V6 maximum power 225kW

V6 maximum torque 350Nm ft)

Transmission 7-speed automatic

speed 250km/h*

0-100km/h 5.5 seconds*

Combined cycle under 6.2 l/100km (45mpg)*

CO2 under 145g/km*

*Estimated

THE INFINITI Q50 IN DETAIL

1. SEDUCTIVE

Infiniti follows no one on design and the Q50 on this with a sensuously shape that is elegant, and emotionally appealing while all the discreet muscularity for which models are known. The headlights add a quality and define a face is quite distinct from of its German rivals.

Inspiration for the comes from Infiniti’s saloon past but chiefly the trio of exceptional concept (Essence 2009, Etherea Emerg-e 2012) that encapsulate the Infiniti design DNA so advanced by Infiniti Chief Office, Shiro Nakamura.

On the wheelbase in the class, the Q50 has a natural advantage over rivals. it is the car’s proportions that do to provide its signature sporting The Q50 is notably low and wide.

It appears on the road, and with its taut strong shoulders and arching makes an unmistakably powerful Rarely has a car looked as eager to while maintaining such elegance, perfectly expressed by the C-pillar – a design USP that the Q50 will always be instantly

The front of the car is characterised by a new and more mesh grille, framed by the ‘double arch’ chrome used on all Infiniti models. crease lines flow the bottom of the A-pillars down the sides to seamlessly connect the grille sides in a distinctive The hooded lights appear as offering another unique Q50 day or night.

A similar visual signature is repeated at the rear of the The indicator lights and front fog are all LED units, while the headlights either as halogen or with LED technology, available with Adaptive Front Lighting (AFS) as well as Automatic beam control.

Sport get a reprofiled front bumper and machine-finished 19-inch alloy Standard Q50s are equipped 17-inch wheels, while and 19-inch are available according to the Some versions of the Q50 have designed to work with run-flat tyres for the convenience and of owners.

The Q50’s shape is as well as seductive, with the lift concept body an excellent Cd of 0.26 in standard Eight exterior colours be available including two developed for the Q50 range: Hagane Brown and Blue.


Powerful looks, platform

The powerful looks are on an equally powerful platform, a version of Infiniti’s latest technology. Double wishbone suspension and multilink rear Dual Flow Path absorbers) guarantee handling and precision whilst improving comfort. Handling is further by a stiffer body structure and body weight.

Sport get sports-tuned suspension with piston shock absorbers as as upgraded brake rotors 4-piston front calipers and rear. As part of an overall and handling assessment, they been tested by Infiniti Red Racing’s three times One World Champion Sebastian at the Tochigi test track in and by RBR test driver Sebastien at the infamous Nordschleife — one of the proving grounds in the world.

High Tensile Strength – a weight-saving first

In keeping the raft of technological firsts, the Q50 features extensive use of 1.2GPa High Tensile Strength with High Formability.

The Q50 features 13 different parts of the section constructed from High Tensile steel, the A pillars, B pillars and roof This is a world-first for production

This contributes considerably to saving overall helping to fuel consumption, whilst the vehicle structurally stronger and improving occupant safety.

One of the of the newly-developed material is the compatibility of strength and elongation through of the material to develop a compound where an optimal balance hard layers and soft is obtained instead of a simple which is found in previous high-tensile materials.

The weight-saving ultimately lead to less CO2 It underlines Infiniti’s commitment to sustainability.

Interior design: in perfect harmony

Harmonious and surprisingly spacious accommodation together with Infiniti’s craftsmanship and innovative technologies to the Q50 cabin a stand-out place to be, for or passenger.

A dual cockpit is achieved by a dashboard that around in a subtle “double formation and by an asymmetrical centre With soft curves, surfaces and a precision finish, the is both welcoming and also All key controls are located to be operated so the does not need to change posture.

Enhancing the in-command is a control layout that on ergonomic human-machine interface. is in part thanks to the Q50 being one of the cars to feature dual Each screen can be used to and control different functions, so for example, the top screen shows the lower screen can be used to systems such as climate communications or entertainment. The two screens can work together so while the is viewed on the top screen places of on that route can be searched for on the screen.

It is all part of Infiniti’s approach to intuitive technology so on the Q50.

With a wheelbase of the Q50 has plenty of room for adult front and back; rear room is expected to be best in Particular attention has been to easy ingress and exit. The seat can be split 60/40 for extra luggage capacity is and there is access to the boot via the armrest so that long such as skis, can be carried with rear seat

As with any Infiniti there is an on natural materials inside and and maple wood are both as well as aluminium with the Kacchu finish based on Japanese crafts. The three colour ways are Wheat, and Stone.

Available features on the Q50 Active Noise Control, a Studio on Wheels Bose® system, Advanced Climate System (ACCS) with air purifier, and Around View® with Moving Object

Seats: inspired by NASA

looked to outer space to the key to developing seats for the Q50 that fatigue-free comfort even long periods. Engineers alongside researchers at Keio in Japan were inspired by research that showed the posture the human body in zero gravity situations to the least amount of load on the allowing for the same posture to be without discomfort for long

The front seats in the Q50 are designed to this neutral posture as as possible. Their unique and structure provides continuous for the spine from the pelvis to the reducing muscular and spinal and improving blood flow, reducing fatigue over distances.

Long-distance comfort may been the priority but being an the seats have to fulfil criteria as well. They do. on model, the front seats eight-way power adjustment, lumbar support and thigh and, for models equipped sports seats, power side bolsters.

The seats can also be covered in and be heated (as can the steering wheel).

2. PERFORMANCE

The heart of every is its engine – for the Q50 like any other The new saloon is available in Europe either a 2.2-litre four-cylinder engine, boasting an exceptional between performance and low emissions 115g/km ), or a 3.5-litre V6 petrol/electric powertrain with the emphasis on high performance – but with good CO2 (under 145g/km).

engines are true to the Inspired principles required of the brand, but the hybrid unit is all Infiniti, and as by the Infiniti M35h, the diesel has been developed from the AG 2.2 diesel unit employed in C and E-class Mercedes, and as such is the result of the component-sharing agreement the two companies.

Infiniti engineers made a substantial contribution the development of this engine for the Most important is that it different, with faster in keeping with the sportier characteristics Infiniti requires. power (125kW) and torque are familiar, the manner in which maxima are achieved is unique to

This has been achieved not by digital remapping but a considerable of re-engineering.

Unique Infiniti parts include air inlet, low-pressure fuel system and treatment system, oil pan, mounts, and engine control (ECU). Visible engine are in addition unique to Infiniti. The turbocharger, exhaust and injection are common with the Mercedes-Benz

INFINITI Q50 2.2d POWERTRAIN

Direct-injection diesel

Layout cylinder

Displacement 2143cc

system Common rail

Variable geometry

Maximum 125kW (170PS)

Maximum 400Nm (295lb ft)

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Drive drive

Transmission 6-speed or 7-speed automatic

Maximum 230km/h*

0-100km/h Under 9

Combined cycle consumption 4.4 (64mpg)*

CO2 emissions under

*Estimated figures

The diesel is available with a 6-speed gearbox or 7-speed automatic, Daimler units that been modified to meet requirements. The manual shift is new for the Q50, and puts the emphasis on a solid shift quality. The transmission’s change-up speeds and points have been to enhance the lively feel and the car more urgent acceleration.

to rewrite the record books

Inspired Performance comes the Q50 3.5 Hybrid. With an estimated time of under 5.5 seconds it is to be among the very fastest in the class, but with a lower footprint. It has the same net power as the Infiniti M35h with is shares its drivetrain, but it is odds on to even its potent big brother – the Guinness World Record-holder as the hybrid saloon.

The acclaimed Direct Response Hybrid with its intelligent one motor/dual control, appears in the Q50 in revised with, among other a new electric motor. The changes improvements to response and efficiency as as further extending the electric – already one of the most impressive

Impressively, the engineers have able to package the hybrid hardware and new-for-the-Q50 lithium-ion pack in an innovative new way in the rear of the allowing for a generous 400 litres capacity.

As with the M35h, the Q50 3.5 Hybrid Infiniti’s Adaptive Shift 7-speed automatic transmission. It Downshift Rev Matching and manual mode via available steering magnesium paddle shifters.

The Q50 3.5 Hybrid promises class-leading – with the prospect of exceptionally low consumption and CO2 emissions (figures yet to be The model will be available in in both rear-wheel drive and All-Wheel Drive forms, for customer choice.

INFINITI Q50 3.5 POWERTRAIN

Engine V6 petrol cycle/electric hybrid

Type dual clutch

Displacement

V6 maximum power 225kW

V6 maximum torque 350Nm ft)

Electric maximum power (67PS)

Combined maximum 268kW (364PS)

Drive drive or all-wheel drive

7-speed automatic

Maximum 250km/h*

0-100km/h under 5.5

Combined cycle consumption 6.2 l/100km (45mpg)*

CO2 emissions 145g/km*

*Estimated figures

delivered: the Q50’s world-first

As a company at the forefront of technological Infiniti is constantly looking for new to enhance its cars’ dynamism and driving pleasure. The Q50 delivers in with the world debut of Adaptive Steering, a core of the new model’s agile performance.

Adaptive Steering is an electronic system that is standard on the Q50 3.5 and optional on the Q50 2.2d. Direct Steering comes with advantages: steering response is precision is greater, vibration at the wheel is eliminated and, the system allows the driver to the steering feel they prefer – not just the weight but the gearing. Other systems similar results through means, but none is available in the class and none can match the electronic sophistication.

Steering is adjusted on a touch screen as of the Infiniti Drive Mode There are two pre-set modes and Standard) plus a custom In the Standard setting the steering is set for ease of use for all drivers on all roads.

mode increases the steering and makes the gearing more for faster response – ideal for driving on twisting roads.

The mode allows the driver to mix and effort and gearing to suit driving style and type of Light and quick, or slow and the choice is theirs. A Direct Steering equipped Q50 can therefore be as and stress-free to steer on a motorway as it is and rewarding to handle on a mountain or as light and easy to manoeuvre in a car park.

Direct Adaptive works by electronically transferring the input to the front wheels, a high-response actuator drives the rack, eliminating the mechanical that can dull the responses in systems. DAS comes with back-up (three separate control units), 400,000km of world test distance it and the absolute failsafe of the mechanical linkage.

Active Lane tomorrow’s technology today

A advantage of Direct Adaptive is that it is the power behind Lane Control, Infiniti’s in lane departure prevention Active Lane Control is the effective and sophisticated such yet developed because it is the only one to use the to keep the car between lane on the motorway. Other systems use the Electronic Stability Program to apply braking force on one of the car in order to alter its course.

Lane Control uses a to detect the lane the vehicle is in. The information is processed and relayed to the Adaptive Steering control which traces the centre of the and makes make the necessary as required.

Apart from the obvious benefits in the mitigation of unintended departure, Active Lane adds to the Q50’s dynamic with its firm “on centre” feel and enhanced feeling of It has a positive influence too in making less tiring since small steering corrections are to keep the car heading straight.

all Infiniti technology Active Control and Direct Adaptive are designed to support the driver than insulate them. The always has the choice of how the car is set up – Active Control intervention can be mild or depending on preference.

Safety more complete than

The Q50’s dynamic envelope is by the availability of more high-tech under the Safety Shield all of them designed to enhance the The newest, predictive Forward Warning, is another world-first it doesn’t just react to the of the car in front, but also the car in front of

Other systems available on the Q50 Back-up Collision Intervention transmission only), Around Monitor – now with Moving Detection – as well as many of the and security technologies already in other Infiniti models: Cruise Control with Speed Range, Distance Assist, Blind Spot and Blind Spot Intervention, and Collision Avoidance Assist.

3. TECHNOLOGY

The Infiniti Q50 offers a customisable digital environment for its of technologies to operate in, in line Infiniti’s belief that the must always remain in But how can a driver stay in control so many complex systems? answer is to make all technology totally intuitive and therefore as and unobtrusive as possible.

The result is an intelligent car.

At the system’s is a next-generation communications platform Infiniti InTouch™. In a first for the class, it introduces dual displays to the centre console on a large number of the vehicle’s are displayed and controlled. Infiniti integrates a USB connection, Bluetooth phone, entertainment, optional and smart phone apps and them to be controlled by the driver in a way is safe and easy to do while

The system is hugely customisable and but does also come the back-up of physical knobs for the often-used systems – such for audio and climate – for those who conventional controls.

The Q50’s technology takes another forward by ensuring the high of personalisation the car offers is easy to The answer here is Infiniti’s i-Key which can automatically personal settings for up to four drivers. Preferences can be stored for that include driving heating and cooling, audio, and telematics.

Up to 96 optional settings are in the custom mode alone, all on the touch screens, effortlessly car and driver as never before.

Infiniti press release.

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