In recent years, the auto industry has seen a shift from naturally aspirated power plants to turbocharged and supercharged engines. More power with greater efficiency is the name of the game and these small displacement, forced induction engines deliver. Infiniti is the latest manufacturer to join the trend with its announcement the Q50 will receive a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder power plant. Initial details are scarce, but indicate the new mill will be available in the winter of 2015. The 2.0-liter turbo engine, which currently makes 211 horsepower and 236 lb-ft. of torque, is already available in European and Chinese markets. Power output for the U.S. model may change in order to stay competitive with other segment offerings, like the BMW 328i, Cadillac ATS, and the new Lexus IS 200t. More information regarding the new power plant will be available later this year.