2022 Infiniti Q60 Interior and Cargo

Infiniti Q60 Interior & Cargo Rating

2022 Q60 Interior

The cabin is pleasant, albeit dated. The build quality is exceptional, on par with what's offered by its rivals. The front seats are comfortable yet supportive, though they are mounted a bit high, which may upset taller drivers. At least visibility is good, and the cabin is logically laid out.

To stay competitive in this segment, the Q60 is equipped with a dual-screen infotainment system. It's meant to give the interior a minimalist feel, but all it does is frustrate. The interface isn't intuitive at all, and the responses are slow and clumsy. You do at least get buttons and shortcuts for the features you use most often.

2022 Q60 Interior Photos

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Seating and Interior Space

The legroom is exceptionally generous for front passengers, with the Q60 offering 43.1 inches. Meanwhile, those in the back have to make do with just 32.4 inches. The headroom in the front without a moonroof is 37.9 inches (37.4 with) in front and 34.5 inches in the rear. Getting comfortable up front is easy thanks to eight-way power-adjustable seats, but the rear seats are only really suitable for children. Ingress can be tricky, but that's one of the sacrifices you knowingly make by buying a two-door sports car.

2022 Infiniti Q60 Interior Dimensions:

Infiniti Q60 Trims3.0t Pure Coupe3.0t Luxe CoupeRed Sport 400 Coupe
Headroom Front Seat37.9 in.37.4 in.37.4 in.
Headroom Back Seat34.5 in.34.5 in.34.5 in.
Legroom Front Seat43.1 in.43.1 in.43.1 in.
Legroom Back Seat32.4 in.32.4 in.32.4 in.
Shoulder Room Front54.6 in.54.6 in.54.6 in.
Shoulder Room Rear52 in.52 in.52 in.
Hip Room, Front53.9 in.53.9 in.53.9 in.
Hip Room, Rear47.9 in.47.9 in.47.9 in.

Interior Colors and Materials

The Pure model comes as standard with a Graphite leatherette interior coupled with Brushed Aluminum inserts. The Luxe makes use of semi-aniline leather and expands the palette with the addition of Stone leather; the trim remains Brushed Aluminum. Red Sport trim provides you with semi-aniline leather in one of three color combinations, each paired with Matte Black carbon fiber trim. Choices include Gallery White, Monaco Red, and Graphite.

2022 Q60 Trunk and Cargo Space

If a customer decides to sacrifice two doors to get an aesthetically pleasing exterior, chances are cargo room doesn't feature high on their list of priorities. BMW, Mercedes, and Audi have all found a nice balance between a beautiful exterior and a useful interior. By comparison, the Q60's 8.7 cubic foot trunk is laughably small. This is barely enough for a handful of groceries, let alone luggage for four passengers, not that you could easily fit that many anyway. The rear bench can fold flat to offer more space, but the Q60 will never be considered practical.

Small-item storage is slightly more accommodating, though you have to get by with only two door pockets. Both rows of seats get their own set of cup holders, at least, and the center armrest storage up front is on the larger side.

2022 Infiniti Q60 Trunk and Cargo Space Photos

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2022 Infiniti Q60 Cargo Dimensions:

Infiniti Q60 Trims3.0t Pure Coupe3.0t Luxe CoupeRed Sport 400 Coupe
Trunk Volume8.7 cu. ft.8.7 cu. ft.8.7 cu. ft.

2022 Q60 Infotainment and Features


Infiniti follows the tried and trusted Japanese way of including a lot of equipment as standard. The base-spec Pure has remote keyless entry with a push-button start, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, eight-way power-adjustable front seats, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, a rearview camera, and forward-collision warning. The Luxe adds a power moonroof, along with an auto-dimming rearview mirror, semi-aniline leather upholstery, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a surround-view camera, and remote engine start. These features are joined by a decent safety specification, including forward collision avoidance, pedestrian detection with automatic braking, blind-spot monitoring, rear-collision warning, and lane-departure warning. The Red Sport rounds out the package with a power-adjustable tilt and telescoping steering wheel, paddle shifters, and access to exclusive accessories and packages.


The Infiniti's infotainment system has the appearance of a modern dual-screen interface with haptic feedback. But you soon realize that it's just an elaborate illusion. The graphics are below par, the interface is also confusing, and it's slow to react. However, It does feature all of the modern connectivity features we expect in our cars, including Apple CarPlay (wireless from this year) and Android Auto, making it a lot easier to interact with the system. It also has Bluetooth audio streaming, HD and satellite radio. The top screen is eight inches, and the lower is seven inches. The Pure has a six-speaker sound system, while the Luxe and Red Sport 400 are equipped with a 13-speaker Bose Performance Series surround-sound system. Navigation, Infiniti InTouch, and SiriusXM Travel Link are standard only on the Red Sport.

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