Infiniti has collaborated with audio specialists Bose to develop a bespoke version of the Q50 sports saloon dubbed the Infiniti Q50 Sound Studio by Bose. It will be offered as a limited edition and will be available from October in Premium and Sport trims, in the UK.
It features a 14-speaker audio setup and with Bose Surround System and the latest DAB receiver, meaning the occupants can enjoy digital radio broadcasts in full richness. The QX50 will be the first car to feature Bose Advanced Staging Technology which employs sophisticated digital signal processing to deliver precise and natural sound like in a concert hall.
Additionally, the system will also feature the incorporation of Centerpoint 2 Surround Technology that has been engineered to deliver an immersive listening experience with 360 degree surround sound from any stereo source input, including DAB radio, says Infiniti.
The audio system gets Bose technologies that will be working in the background like the Active Sound Management that mitigates noise emitted from the powertrain while enhancing the desirable engine note in the cabin and Bose AudioPilot 2 Noise Compensation Technology which continually monitors vehicle speed and ambiance adjusting the volume accordingly.
The infotainment system includes navigation and the special edition comes equipped with a host of luxury and safety systems. The special edition can be specified either in Premium or Sport trims and will be offered with two engine options- a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine producing 211 PS (208.11 hp) and 350 Nm of torque or a 2.2-litre four-cylinder diesel engine producing 170 PS (167.67 hp) and 400 Nm of torque.
The Infiniti Q50 Sound Studio by Bose special edition has been priced from £34,090 for the 2.0-litre petrol engine while the 2.0-litre diesel has been priced from £32,390.
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