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Ambar Infiniti unveils ’14 Infiniti Q50 Sport Sedan

The new Q50 is the first model in the world to feature Infiniti Direct Adaptive Steering technology.

The new Q50 is the first model in the world to feature Infiniti Direct Adaptive Steering technology.

Building on Infiniti’s legendary sports sedan design, performance, and technology leadership, the all-new 2014 Infiniti Q50 introduced by Ambar Infiniti is designed to create a new, distinct level of customer engagement.

During the recent presentation of the new model at the Puerto Rico Museum of Art, Infiniti brand director Gastón Rivera said, “The Infiniti Q50 stretches the boundaries of what a sports sedan can be, propelling Infiniti in a bold new direction.”

“It’s a grand work of automotive art that changes the rules of the game in its segment. With its cutting-edge performance, design and technology, it breaks away from ordinary, as only the Infiniti brand does,” he said.

The introductory price of the new 2014 Infiniti Q50 begins at $43,500. The price varies depending on the model.

The Infiniti Q50 features a dynamic design arising from its “double arch” grille, which produces a noticeable first impression. In terms of performance, the Q50’s enhanced 3.7-liter aluminum-alloy DOHC 24-valve V6 motor is rated at 328 horsepower (estimate) and 269 lb-ft of torque and features Continuously Variable Valve Timing Control System and Variable Valve Event & Lift.

The hybrid motor, which will be available locally during the first quarter of 2014, features the Infiniti Direct Response Hybrid system with Intelligent Dual Clutch Control. It combines a 3.5-liter 24-valve DOHC aluminum-alloy V6 and compact laminated lithium-ion battery design with an innovative one-motor/two-clutch control, among many other features.

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