2015 Infiniti Q50L review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 , 23:11:44 byAlina

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Infiniti Q50L

Many car events are organized this time of year. One of them is the Guangzhou Auto Show. This event is set to take place in China next week and you will be able to admire the new Infiniti Q50L sedan. If you’re not around, don’t worry because we’ve just found out that Infiniti has released more pictures of the model. The presence of the Infiniti sedan will actually be its debut. And now, some technical data. The sedan is powered by a 2.0 liter turbocharged petrol engine, delivering 211HP. The car is fitted with a seven-speed automatic transmission through which the engine sends the power to the rear wheels. Call it as you want, but the vehicle is offered only with these options and it’s available only in China. The Q50 has a long wheelbase with an overall length of 4,852mm (191in) and stretched wheelbase of 2,898mm (114.1in). This means the car is 48 mm (1.9in) longer than the standard Q50. Also, an advantage of the new model is the leg space at the rear of the Q50. In the displayed photos below you will be able to see the difference of space. The passengers will be happy to know they will be able to spread their legs. This is a plus indeed. Another news is that the Infiniti Q50L is the first brand ever to be built in China. The plant where the production began is located in Hubei Province and it’s called the Xiangyang Plant. The team began to produce the cars earlier this month. No rest for the team because the next months, lots and lots of cars will come out of the plant; but this time another model, the QX50L crossover. If you’re wondering about the price, learn you have to get out of your pocket 279,800 yuan (approximately $45,700) in China. There are plans for increasing the sales in China to 100,000 vehicles by 2018. For those who want to purchase the car, learn the car is fitted with a comprehensive standard equipment including a new 14-speaker Bose sound system. Over half of the cars which the company intends to build will be locally-built cars. 2014 though, has been Nissan’s year, because it has been the fastest growing premium auto brand in China.