Lighting is everything bro, look at the other pics and videos of the graphite shadow, unless you will be mainly driving in parking garages and manufacturing floors.hmph... I'm a little disappointed by the graphite silver. Looks very bland. I think I will go with either black or white now.
Yoko Kubota of Reuters had already written half of her story before we boarded a bus this Tokyo morning. It took us north to Nissan’s Tochigi plant, where we were promised to see the new Infiniti Q50 roll off the assembly lines. Kubota wrote that “in the financial year ended March, Infiniti sold 172,615 vehicles globally, up 12.1 percent year-on-year,” that the brand needs to grow, that the backbone of Infiniti’s volume has been the G37 Sedan, and that its successor, “with a new name Q50, will go on sale in the United States in the summer.” Today, we see how the Q50 is made.
Uggh...urks me to know end. However, you are right. It is Infiniti's own fault for poor marketing. In my heart, I'm satisfied with Infiniti's unique design...it so obvious that Korean car company is such a biter.Another good article with stupid replies. The world looks like a YouTube comment thread these days. Nobody seems to know the styling and lines for the Q came directly from the Essence concept because Lexus was first to market with their predator grille. Hyundai is a copy and paste from anyone shop and that also dilutes unique design for companies that actually have design teams.
>>Edit: Now that I think about it, the perception of Infiniti copying is Infiniti's fault. They need a marketing campaign that shows the Essence (with a big year number over it) morphing into the Q50, showing "look, we made it into a sedan 5 years later". Then show all the details of the Q50 like the unique headlights and matching tails, tech package, interior quality, etc. It's up to Infiniti's marketing team to educate the internet experts that troll Mopar forums all day. When this thing drops I expect to see commercials running on all major networks showing Vettel as a valet guy, wringing it out at the track then some rich white couple pulling the same car into their driveway after dodging a snowball rolling down a mountain.
At any rate I know the Q will be a big success in the US and hopefully globally.
Nice! Didnt notice that but kinda figured since it would be redundant for the those to be another set of running lights and would actually be ugly to put the turn signals on the headlights! So i guess the orange part of the headlights are the sidemarkers then!
What's so poor about it?Uggh...urks me to know end. However, you are right. It is Infiniti's own fault for poor marketing .
I don't know about that when you spend that much chunk of change I would imagine you would want to test drive and get a feel first. Not that it would be too much of a surprise but I can't wait to see how the steer by wire feel is like.You should buy one without test-driving to heighten your excitement!