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Saturday July 20th, 2013

Posted at 11:00am

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Sales Manager Renee Primeau poses with a pre-production Infiniti Q50

A Japanese-designed compact executive sedan that first debuted across the river at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, made its first appearence in Southwestern Ontario, Friday night.

The Q50, which is Infiniti’s entry-level vehicle, is part of a vehicle rebranding to a series of cars beginning with the letter Q. The car debuted at Infiniti of Windsor during a soiree on Friday night.

Sales Manager Renee Primeau says the vehicle is Infiniti’s first ever entry-level hybrid, features a lane guidance system to help avoid drifting across road markings and contains a highly customizable, intelligent interior.

The pre-production model was only in Windsor for the weekend, but Primeau says a floor model will at Infiniti of Windsor soon as 2014 models begin to be rolled out.

The Q50 starts at $37,500.

Infiniti of Windsor is located at 9760 Tecumseh Road East.

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