L'Infiniti Q50 and theInfiniti Q70 are two extraordinary propulsion sports sedans hybrid. Sedans for curves and sporty for character: traction hybrid manages to deliver 364 hp of power. The cars can be rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive and automatic transmission.
L'Infiniti Q50 Hybrid it is the Japanese alternative to large luxury sedans. It is 478 cm long, has a wheelbase of 285 cm, is 182 cm wide and 146 cm high. Credited as the hybrid capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km / h in the shortest time on the market (5.1 seconds), the Japanese sedan it boasts 364 hp of maximum power released by the combination of the electric motor and the 3.5-liter V6 positioned at the front. Combined with a seven-speed gearbox, the powertrain of the Q50 Hybrid can only be combined with the seven-speed automatic transmission and, as an alternative to the rear, with intelligent all-wheel drive. Consumption in this case speaks of 6.2 l / 100 km for the 2WD and 6.8 l / 100 km for the4WDwith CO2 emission levels of 144 and 159 g / km respectively.
L'Infiniti Q50 hybrid is Euro 5 approved, pollutant emissions range from 144 to 159 g / km of CO2, even lower fuel consumption if diesel engines are chosen, in the case of Q50, 2.2l 4-cylinder 170 Hp / 400 Nm, with low emissions of CO2 equal to 114g / km, with both manual and automatic transmission. The hybrid propulsion is able to push the car to a maximum speed of 250 km / h, against 230 km / h of the heat engine alone.
The price ofInfiniti Q50 varies according to the model chosen, diesel fuel costs from € 36,100 for the entry model up to approximately € 41,285 for the Premium AT model. With the hybrid engine, prices go up to around 54,500 euros for the 3.5 V6 Hybrid version with an effective displacement of 3,498 cm3 (power 264 hp equivalent to 269 kW) up to about 57,000 euros for the V6 Hybrid AWD. The maximum torque is 546 Nm.
With the AWD version, the traction is permanent all-wheel. The gearbox is 7-speed sequential automatic. The tank has a capacity of 70 liters. For Infiniti, the fleet market represents a strategic sales channel, as evidenced by the share achieved by the business segments on total sales, steadily above 50% in 2012 and 2013; a percentage that in the case of the new Q50 already stands at 65% in order taking.