What’s New for the 2023 Infiniti Q50?

Infiniti Q50

New Interior Colors and Complimentary Maintenance

The 2023 Q50 is virtually unchanged from the 2022 model year. With the recent discontinuation of the Q60 coupe, the Q50 is now Infiniti's only non-SUV entry remaining in their lineup. The base Luxe trim starts at $43,725 ($1,075 destination charge included) and gets an all-new Saddle Brown interior color for $500. This added hue gives some much-needed depth to an interior that was long defined by depressing black and gray hues.

The mid-level Sensory trim option provides an illuminated Infiniti emblem on the front grille for $485. Embracing a recent market trend, illuminating the front emblem has become especially popular in luxury vehicles.

Finally, all 2023 Q50 models come with Infiniti's Premium Care maintenance program. This gives owners three years of free maintenance without the mileage restrictions that are often placed on similar programs.

Unchanged Performance Still Delivers the Right Notes

Although the Q50's interior technology may be behind compared to its competition, its engines are still powerful. All Q50s come equipped with a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine that works in tandem with a seven-speed automatic transmission.

We offer two different engine types, the Luxe and Sensory trims making 300 hp each, while the Red Sport 400 makes a whopping 400 hp. The latter also has a beefier 350 pounds-feet of torque. If that doesn't float your performance boat, maybe the adaptive suspension system will; or sport brakes with red-tinged brake calipers; or carbon-fiber trim; or semi-aniline leather seats.]

2023 Infiniti Q50 Buyer's Guide: Reviews, Specs, Comparisons


The 2023 Q50 sees only marginal price increases across all trims, with all-wheel drive adding $2,000 to the price of all three trims. Starting prices for the full 2023 lineup are below:

  • Luxe: $43,725
  • Luxe (AWD): $45,725
  • Sensory: $49,425
  • Sensory (AWD): $51,425
  • Red Sport 400: $57,575
  • Red Sport 400 (AWD): $59,575

The Q50 is still a luxury car with one of the best value propositions on the market, but as Infiniti prepares for an electrified future, it seems likely that their lineup will only consist of SUV offerings. You don't have much time left to experience all that the Q50 has to offer.