The exterior of the car gets a little more attention, with 19-inch polished wheels and a dark chrome grille. You also get a choice of Dynamic Sunstone Red, Grand Blue, Majestic White, or Midnight Black. Like the Q50 Sensory model, standard features include a 16-speaker sound system from Bose, black open pore wood trim, and a Plasmacluster air purifier. All of this costs $48,200 for the rear-wheel-drive version while the AWD option will set you back $50,200. We appreciate the effort, but this does little to address the Q50’s real shortcomings. Hopefully, the brand’s newest crossover is a little more impressive.