The compact sports sedan segment is one of the most hotly contested and heavily scrutinized in the entire industry, and with good reason. For a hefty premium over any old midsize sedan, buyers expect to be treated to exactly what they want, whether it be outright luxury, performance, technology, or some other purchase-driving factor (pun slightly intended). Those that excel at any given trait (see BMW 3 Series for sportiness, Mercedes-Benz C-Class for luxury, etc.) generally reap the benefits of sweet, sweet sales dollars. Others who lack that extra bit of oomph tend to fall behind. FOLLOW DAILY NEWS AUTOS ON FACEBOOK. ‘LIKE’ US HERE. Enter the Q50, Infiniti’s attempt to lunge forward closer to the front of the pack. First introduced as a 2014 model, the Q50 has enjoyed relatively strong sales thanks to a head-turning design and loads of technology. And when I say head-turning, I truly mean it. In the sea of understated, dime-a-dozen German sedans that populate any metropolitan area (or suburban neighborhood, for that matter), our “Venetian Red” Q50S stood out like a sharkskin suit in a sea of gray wool. The rosy hue looked brilliant in the sunlight, with microscopic metallic flecks giving the… Read full this story
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