Infniti’s sports sedan carries over into model-year 2021 with a new trim level, additional standard safety features and a small price bump. The 2021 Q50 starts at $37,625 for the base rear-wheel-drive Pure model and $39,625 for the base model with all-wheel drive — $200 more than the outgoing version; all prices include a destination charge.
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The 2021 model is available in Pure, Luxe and Red Sport 400 trims; new for 2021 is the Sensory model. It gets sportier exterior styling, more premium interior materials and an uprated sound system.
The biggest news is the addition of standard safety and driver assist features, now included on all trims. They include: blind spot warning, lane departure warning with haptic steering, an Around View Monitor with moving-object detection, intelligent cruise control, backup collision intervention, distance control assist and high-beam assist.
Other minor changes for 2021 include black matte carbon fiber interior trim and black exterior trim highlights for the Red Sport 400 trim, and two new exterior color choices: Slate Gray and Grand Blue.
The 2021 Infiniti Q50 is on sale now.
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