The 298kW, 4.9s 0-100km/h Infiniti Q50 Red Sport is a lot of luxury car for $80k. It looks the part, too, though there are some shortcomings you should know about before considering this unorthodox BMW alternative.
It's well-armed, looks good and gets a ton of kit for thousands less than any of its euro rivals. But is that enough to get the Infiniti Q50 Red Sport across the line?
The closest thing to the Infiniti Eau Rouge concept has landed in Australia, and it's called the 2016 Infiniti Q50 3.0tt.
The latest addition to the Infiniti Q50 range is the best yet.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class was Australia’s favourite luxury car in 2013. Perhaps a more impressive fact, however, is that Stuttgart’s mid-sized model outsold every mainstream medium car except the Camry and Mazda 6. It’s fair, then, to call this a significant volume car – as is its decades-old arch enemy, the BMW 3 Series, which matched that last feat...
The Audi A4, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class accounted for three-quarters of their segment’s sales in 2013, though that still meant one in four buyers looking for a mid-sized luxury car priced above $60,000 wanted something non-German. We had this factoid in mind when we decided to do something a bit different with our plan to compare the new-generation C-Class just released...
The diesel-powered Infiniti Q50 offers plenty of equipment, but refinement issues let it down.
The all-new Infiniti Q50 boasts the world's first steer-by-wire system, as well as a host of other tech. Will it be enough to convince buyers?