With all of the features of the 2.0t Pure, this variant boasts a more powerful engine which produces 300 hp. It is also available in either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, but it’s main improvements are increased luxury with items like maple wood interior inlays and a standard power sunroof. The 3.0t Luxe can be upgraded through two packages, the Essential and ProASSIST packages, providing increased practicality with 60/40 split folding rear seats as well as a range of extra safety features. The V6 engine is a recommended powertrain in the Q50 line-up, but the 3.0t Luxe is still fairly low on specification in standard guise.
Blind Spot Warning (BSW), Front & Rear Sonar Systems, Back-Up Collision Intervention, Around View Monitor w/Moving Object Detection
All-Season Floor Mats, Trunk Protector (PIO)
Shopping Bag Hook, Cargo Net, First Aid Kit, Carpeted Trunk Mat (PIO)
Heated Front Seats, 60/40 Split-Folding Rear Seats, Remote Engine Start, Driver Seat Power Lumbar, INFINITI InTouch Navigation System, lane guidance and 3-D building graphics, INFINITI InTouch services including trial, voice recognition for navigation functions, including 1 shot voice destination entry and SiriusXM Traffic including real-time traffic information, Heated Steering Wheel