Infiniti to Unveil Updated Q50 Sedan in Geneva

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CARS.COM — Nissan’s luxury brand Infiniti has announced that it will be showing an updated version of its Q50 sport sedan at the Geneva International Motor Show next week.

Related: Our view: 2016 Infiniti Q50

Infiniti says that the new car features refreshed interior and exterior styling, updated powertrains including the twin-turbocharged, VR-family 3.0-liter V-6, and “a holistic approach to performance” by “empowering and supporting” the driver. We’re not at all sure what Infiniti means by this, and no explanation was given.

We do know that the new Q50 will feature the second generation of Infiniti’s steer-by-wire system, which the brand says is a building block toward fully autonomous vehicles. We just hope it works more reliably than the last examples we tried. 

Check back with us on March 7 for more Q50 details.

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