- The 2021 Infiniti Q50 undergoes minor changes, including a price increase of $200 and a new trim level.
- The new trim level, Sensory, includes leather seats, a Bose 16-speaker sound system, and a sporty front and rear fascia.
- The 2021 Q50 also adds several driver assistance features as standard, including lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control.
The Infiniti Q50 is going into model year 2021 without many changes, but future buyers will have more options to choose from because the 2021 Q50 is adding a fourth trim, Sensory. The price for both the rear- and all-wheel-drive Q50 goes up by $200, making the new starting prices $37,625 and $39,625, respectively.
The new Sensory trim comes with leather seats and a 16-speaker Bose sound system, as well as a sportier front and rear fascia and wood trim in the interior. The updated Q50 also adds several driver-assistance features as standard, including lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and high-beam assist.
The 2021 Q50 is on dealer lots and currently on sale.
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