By Mike Hanley on March 26, 2013
When it hits dealerships this summer, the all-new Infiniti Q50 will have a starting price of $37,355 (including a $905 destination charge). That's $900 less than the base price for the 2013 Infiniti G37 sedan, the car the Q50 replaces in Infiniti's lineup. The base Q50 comes with rear-wheel drive; adding all-wheel drive costs an extra $1,800. All trim levels come with a 328-horsepower, 3.7-liter V-6 and a seven-speed automatic transmission.
The Q50 Hybrid is considerably more expensive with a starting price of $44,605 including destination, but it's also more powerful: Infiniti says the 3.5-liter V-6 and electric motor combine to produce 354 hp. Rear-drive is standard and all-wheel drive is again an additional $1,800.
Infiniti says this is an "introductory pre-order" pricing offer, with pricing subject to change in the summer when the car arrives. The automaker didn't specify what the price of the car will be then, only that it would be evaluated. You can reserve and configure your Q50 at the Q50 microsite, and if you buy one during the introductory period, Infiniti will include a free iPad Mini. Trim level-specific prices follow:
All prices include a $905 destination charge.
Senior Editor Mike Hanley is a father of three boys; he reviews new cars, admires classic cars and has embraced the minivan lifestyle. Email Mike