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2019 Infiniti Q50 Signature Edition Signs on for New York Debut

INFINITI introduces 2019 Q50 Signature Edition with added luxury exterior treatments and standard driver assistance features designed to empower the driver.

A special edition of Infiniti’s 2019 Q50 sedan debuts at next week’s 2019 New York International Auto Show and hits dealerships in May. Dubbed the Q50 Signature Edition, the sedan builds atop the Q50’s mid-range Luxe trim level with some unique styling elements and select features from options packages or higher trims.

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To wit, Signature Edition buyers get unique badging and specialized 19-inch wheels. Under the hood is the Q50’s mid-level engine, a 300-horsepower, turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6. (Other Q50 engines include a 208-hp, turbo four-cylinder or a 400-hp variant of the turbo V-6.)

Features included on the Signature Edition that cost extra on the Luxe include a navigation system, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and front and rear parking sensors. The Signature Edition also gets sport seats, leather upholstery and sportier bumper styling — equipment otherwise confined to the Q50’s next higher trim, Sport.

Infiniti promises “limited” production of the Q50 Signature Edition when it hits dealers in May. Pricing is still pending, but the features read like a Q50 Luxe with the Essentials and ProAssist packages — which would set you back at least $43,595, including destination — plus a handful of crowd-pleaser items from the Q50 Sport. Rear- or all-wheel drive will be available, Infiniti confirmed to Cars.com.

Just how much it winds up costing could determine its popularity. Stay tuned.

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