Drive modes on the Q50s include Sport Plus, Sport, Standard, Eco, Snow and Personal.

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Drive modes can be fully customized for a ride that's all your own.

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The design of the center stack hasn't changed from 2015. It's still well-thought out and easily accessible.

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Heated front seats and steering wheel are part of the optional premium plus package.

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The lack of a third pedal may turn off some enthusiast buyers, but the seven-speed automatic with paddle shifters gets the job done with quick transitions.

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The Q50s can be equipped with the technology and premium plus packages, as well as the driver assistance package.

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The 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 in the Q50s Red Sport is good for 400 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque.

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The exterior of the 2016 Q50 still features an aggressive front fascia with LED headlights and running lights.

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The 2016 Infinit Q50 now comes with your choice of four engines: hybrid, 2.0-liter turbo, or a twin-turbo V-6 with either 300 or 400 hp.

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LED brake lights and unique chrome exhaust tips finish off the rear of the Q50s.

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The Q50s comes with 19-inch aluminum alloy staggered sport wheels in an exclusive Red Sport design.

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A steeply raked rear roof and elegant crease lines along the side give the feeling of forward motion to the Q50.

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