In addition to the 3.7-litre V6 and hybrid powertrains, new four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines may well be available to buyers of the Infiniti Q50 two years from now.

The information, collected by Autoweek at the Detroit Auto Show, comes directly from the mouth Infiniti’s head of global operations, Johan de Nysschen.

Remember the deal that was inked ​​between Infiniti and Mercedes-Benz? Well it seems that it would benefit the Q50. To be more precise, the gasoline engine would be a derivative of the turbo four-cylinder mill turbo currently available with the C-Class. On the other hand, the diesel engine would probably be a 2.1-litre four-banger.

The arrival of the latter in North America is far from done, as the company currently plans make it available only in Europe ans currently evaluating the possibility of providing it to North American consumers.

Source : Autoweek via Motor Authority

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