Infiniti Q50 to cost £28,000
17 July 2013
Author: Rachel Burgess
Premium Japanese brand Infiniti's first serious attack on the corporate sector will cost from £27,950 when it goes on sale from September.
The Q50 upper medium saloon with a 170hp 2.2-litre diesel engine supplied from Mercedes will offer emissions of just 115g/km, as well as standard equipment including Bluetooth, dual-zone climate control, rear-view parking camera and dual touch screens.
The diesel will be joined by the Q50 hybrid, a £40,000 saloon offering a 3.5-litre 364hp combined with an electric motor, together offering 155g/km of CO2.