When I drove the Infiniti Q50 earlier this year, the question on the minds of journalists and Jalopnik readers alike was "What happens if its electric drive-by-wire steering fails?" Infiniti assured us it's all good, but now a small number of Q50s face a recall for that reason.
The sedan formerly known as the Infiniti G37 will start at $36,450 for the base model, a whopping $900 cheaper than the old car. Going deeper into the alphabet makes things less expensive, it turns out.
Infiniti is getting rid of random letters across their range and replacing them all with the letter Q for 2014 so people aren't confused anymore.