A lot of changes have been made to the Infiniti Q50 Sedan, but none has really been as significant as the redesign of its front end. With the rest of the front-end redesign taking place on the QX Sport Concept and XR Sport Concept, there seems to be a new emphasis on the lower and wider profile of the new Q50s front end.
Although the QX Sport Concept is not likely to become reality, there are some great ideas here that could become a reality for the redesigned Q50 front end. Unfortunately, it is not the vehicle it could be. The five-door, four-door Infiniti Q50 Sedan lineup got a little bit of a boost in popularity in late 2020, with the introduction of the new sedan lineup, featuring the refreshed front and back bumpers.
The new QX sport and XR Sport concepts give us a glimpse at what might be expected in terms of the new Q50 front end. However, the concept front end and other changes are also likely to be reflected in the redesigned vehicle. The following paragraphs will take a close look at the major changes from the QX Sport Concept and XR Sport Concept.
The primary difference that you will notice is that the QX Sport and XR Sport concepts have a lower, wider, longer and sleeker profile. The new QX Sport Concept features the “skeletal” styling, meaning that it still has a lower, wider, longer and sleeker profile, just with the front end modified slightly.
The other difference between the QX Sport and the XR Sport concept is that the former is a four-door sedan while the latter is a five door. The QX Sport features a new tailgate, which is wider and shorter, while the XR Sport features a wider front end and shorter tailgate. The concept also has new headlights and fog lights.
In addition to the changes in the front end, the rear end of the QX Sport and XR Sport are also getting a face lift. These new versions have smaller, more aggressive bumpers and better aerodynamics. The two vehicles also feature new grille frames and new side mirror. Both have a large projector headlight that can be adjusted to various driving positions.
As far as the new QX Sport Concept is concerned, the concept uses a similar type of body kit and looks almost exactly like the new XR Sport concept that debuted last year. In fact, the QX Sport Concept is nearly identical to the new XR concept, but it does come with a few different features that make the concept even more interesting. For one, the tailgate opening is lower than the current one, which means that the trunk can be opened wider than it is today. Another big difference is that the QX Sport does not feature a new taillight.
The new rims used on the new QX Sport are actually an alloy combination of carbon fiber and aluminum, although they are slightly smaller than those used on the XR Sport Concept. The new rims also add some added strength to the vehicle, and this makes them very attractive.
The new RX Sport concept also includes many new LED lights that feature two different colored bulbs. These lights will create a very bright spotlight for the headlights, and they also help improve overall visibility. The QX Sport also comes with a new roof that features a larger spoiler and a larger opening for the trunk.
If you think the new QX Sport and XR Sports concepts are great, then you should also read up on the history behind the two new vehicles. The former was launched by the company when the company's new CEO took control and implemented several important changes that helped the company turn around in record time, while the latter was launched last year and represents the company's renewed effort to improve its brand image and create a new image.
The new QX Sport and the new RX Sport are just two examples of the changes the company is making to bring it back into the limelight. There are also more significant changes, such as the introduction of a new body style for the new QX, the debut of new models that feature new performance parts, such as a sport suspension, new body kits and a host of different exterior colors, such as red and silver. Other major changes will include the introduction of a new color scheme, such as black, which will use a darker shade of black as a primary color and white as a secondary color.