Infiniti, Nissan’s luxury arm, was one of the first Japanese luxury brands when it arrived in the late 1980s. It has experienced ups and downs since then, with memorable highlights such as the original Q45 flagship and the sporty G35. Infiniti now designates cars with Q prefixes and SUVs with QX names. The compact Q50 sedan and the Q60 coupe offer plenty of style and technology, while the Q70 mid-size sedan unfortunately has aged past its prime. Infiniti’s SUV models include the compact QX50, the three-row QX60, and the enormous QX80.
The Q50 has a powerful V-6 and striking styling, but it fails to be the well-rounded sedan that many buyers seek.
The Q50 Red Sport 400 delivers engaging driving dynamics, but it’s not as quick and refined as some rivals.
With a visually arresting design and silky-smooth ride, the 2020 Infiniti Q60 trends closer towards luxury than sporty, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
Fun to drive and brimming with standard amenities, the Q60 Red Sport 400 is an impressive choice among luxury sport coupes.
Along with an indulgent interior and generous cargo space, the QX50 has a unique powertrain but otherwise doesn’t leapfrog its competition.
Some will call it a QX50 with a sloped roof, but Infiniti is calling it the 2020 QX55 and it’s the brand’s first foray into the popular SUV-coupe category.
It can be difficult to make credible luxury fit in a small package and even harder to build a car, like this Infiniti Q50, to contend against such greats as the Audi A4 and BMW 3-series.
Go out for a rip in the Q50 Red Sport 400, and you’ll forget all about its silly name.
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