2016 INFINITI Q50: Now in its third year, the Infiniti Q50 sports sedan will be on display at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show, Feb.13-21. The Q50 can be ordered with rear-wheel or intelligent all-wheel drive configurations, and for 2016, is available with four different powertrains, three of which are new. There’s a new 208-horsepower, 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder – the first time that Infiniti has offered a 4-cylinder in a sports sedan – as well as 300-horsepower and 400-horsepower versions of a 3.0-liter twin turbocharged V6. The Q50 Hybrid features Infiniti's direct response hybrid system that combines a 3.5L DOHC aluminum-alloy V-6 and compact laminated lithium-ion battery design and one motor/two clutch motor control. The system's V-6 and the advanced 50 kW electric motor give the Hybrid a system net power of 360-hp, providing strong acceleration and lean fuel economy. Both Q50 powertrains are matched with an advanced seven-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission with manual shift mode and available steering column-mounted magnesium paddle shifters. Offering a sense of "my car knows me," the i-Key system can recognize each driver and automatically engage pre-set preferences for driving position, heating, and cooling, audio, navigation and telematics. Other features include dual-zone automatic temperature control, Bluetooth hands-free phone system, rear view monitor, available Plasmacluster air purifier and around view monitor with moving object detection. The driver-oriented five-passenger cabin is available with leather-appointed seating surfaces, "Kacchu" aluminum trim and "Fukiurushi" maple wood trim.