The 2015 Infiniti Q70 has introduced the fresh exterior
redesign and a long wheelbase which provides more leg space for
the rear-seat passengers.
2015 Infiniti Q70 follows its own unique and original style – a
new character line goes from the front, with an extended
wheelbase which draws the shape out, over the curvy sides, to
the aslope, short trunk, ending near the rear taillights.
Most attention has been given to the new lighting design and
the redesign of “double arch” grille, which gained a new 3D
look. The front bumper has undergone some amends (it’s more
slender now), there are new inset fog lamps, new LED rear lamps
and a flat trunk lid.
A Sport model is comes with a more aggressive front design,
20-inch rolling stock and the lower part of the rear bumper
covered in black gloss.
The cabin is still driver-focused, wood-filled and
wrapped in semi-aniline leather and cool stiches. However,
thanks to the long wheelbase model, the 2015 Infiniti Q70 has
brought many new features. The doors have been designed to
enhance efortless entry and exit. An optional rear door
auto-close is offered for the first time. The Q70 is equipped
with heated rear seats, 12v power outlets and personal reading
In order for the overall driving impression to be enhanced, the
NVH levels have been lowered, resulting in top-class isolation
The center stack’s orderly organized buttons and climate
controls are placed under a large LCD screen.
As for the entertainment part, the Q70 comes with a 16-speakers
Bose Studio Surround stereo system.
Engine and performance
The vehicle uses the same 3.7-liter, VQ series V-6 engine and
5.6-liter, V-8 return propulsion duties. 3.7-liter engine
produces 330 hp and 270 pound-feet of torque, whereas V-8
engine produces 420 hp and 417 pound-feet of torque.
No matter which engine the customer chooses, the Q70 will come
with 7-speed automatic gearbox with manual shift mode, AWD is
available as well.
The 2015 Infiniti Q70 is available in three different models
distinguished by powertrain: the Q70 3.7, the Q70 5.6, and the
Q70 Hybrid. The Q70 3.7 and 5.6 models are available with a
choice of rear- or all-wheel drive. The Q70 Hybrid is
In Edmunds testing, a Q70 with the V-6 engine accelerated to 60
mph in 6.1 sec.
Price and release date
Infiniti announced prices for the 2015 Infiniti Q70 in early
September, 2014. It’s put on sale in late September. Prices
range from $49,850 for the Q70 3.7 version and up to
$67,050 for the Q70L 5.6 AWD version.