INFINITI Q50 Wins Ritvo Design & Elegance Award
The Ritvo Design & Elegance Award was named for the late Gene Ritvo, a veteran Concours photographer and member of the New England Motor Press Association (NEMPA). This award recognizes the vest best in automotive design. The winner of this award is nominated with assistance from the Larz Anderson Auto Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
“Our friend Gene Ritvo would have been proud to see the INFINITI Q50 take home an award bearing his name,” said Craig Fitzgerald, NEMPA president. “In its thoughtful design, it conveys the class and the sophistication, of which Gene was a pure devotee. NEMPA couldn’t agree more with the expressed views of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Larz Anderson Auto Museum that selected the INFINITI Q50 this year.”
Since its introduction in 2013, the Q50 has earned many awards for styling, performance and technology leadership. The Q50 boasts a decidedly aggressive, athletic look underscoring its on-road performance. The vehicle’s “double arch” grille is a character line that flows over the front fenders and tightly around the side of the car, culminating on the rear deck lid, giving the vehicle an element of both elegance and strength. Other unique design features include its crescent cut c-pillar and distinctive LED headlights and taillights.
Come to Baker INFINITI Charleston on Savannah Highway in Charleston, South Carolina to test drive the award-winning vehicle!