Infiniti has announced the updates to the 2015 Infiniti Q70, which is now available in a new extended wheelbase model, the Q70L.
Infiniti has announced the updates to the 2015 Infiniti Q70, which is now available in a new extended wheelbase model, the Q70L. For the new model year, the Q70 gets revised styling and interior updates.
On the outside the Q70 now looks closer to the smaller Q50 with its double arch grille, which Infiniti says “takes on a more three-dimensional look due to the elaborate detail of the high-quality waved mesh finish and chrome surround.” The rear of the Q70 gets new taillights, a restyled trunk lid and an updated bumper.
Inside the 2015 Q70 is quieter than before since the engineers have added noise insulation materials, increased the sealing, and stiffened the wheels to reduce road noise on urban roads. The Q70L adds an additional 5.9 inches of rear legroom with a total 41.8 inches of room for rear passengers. The Q70 also comes standard with rear door auto closure, rear reading lights, and a 12V rear power outlet.
The Q70 is available with three powertrains: a 330-hp 3.7L V6, 420-hp 5.6L V8 (416-hp on the Q70L) and a 360-hp 3.5L hybrid system. The 3.7L and 5.6L models can be equipped with either rear or all-wheel-drive.
Pricing for the Q70 starts at $50,755 for the Q70 3.7, while the Q70 5.6 starts at $63,755. The Q70L 3.7 is priced at $52,255 and stepping up to the 5.6L V8 pushes the starting price up to $65,455. The Q70 Hybrid starts at $56,805.