The Infiniti Q50 ticks all the right boxes for those looking for a classy, intelligent, athletic sports sedan. The car boasts a sleek exterior of flowing lines based upon the Essence concept car Infiniti debuted four years ago. After a 2020 update, it features potent engines to match the sleek shape. The Q50 is available with either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, the base engine is a 3.0L V6, which benefits from twin-turbocharging. In standard tune, it makes 300 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, while the high-output version delivers 400 horsepower and 350 pound-feet. Power is transferred to the wheels via a 7-speed automatic transmission. The Q50 comes in five flavors -- Pure, Luxe, Sport, Red Sport 400 and Edition 30. The base trim includes 17-inch alloy wheels with run-flat tires, speed-sensitive power steering, auto on/off LED headlights with LED fog lights, zero-lift front and rear aerodynamics and remote-open windows. Inside can be found creature comforts such as dual-zone automatic climate control, one-touch up/down windows all around, aluminum appointments, 8-way power driver and passenger seats, a 6-speaker audio system with twin USB ports and steering wheel-mounted controls, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity and dual Infiniti InTouch LCD displays. Q50 Luxe models add pleasantries such as a power tinted moonroof with one-touch open/close functionality and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink. Additionally, Q50 Sport models include 19-inch alloy wheels with ventilated aluminum sport disc brakes and a sport-tuned suspension, heated front seats, leather front seats with improved bolstering and 12-way power adjustability on the driver's side, magnesium paddle shifters and a 16-speaker audio system. The Q50 will be the first Infiniti vehicle to package all the automaker's driver support technologies under the ProPILOT label. The model will offer Active Lane Control, which prevents drivers from veering out of their lane, as well as adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and prevention, forward emergency braking, predictive forward collision warning, backup collision intervention and a second-generation steer-by-wire system.