This mid-size Japanese sedan maintains the same sweeping lines it has for the past few model years, with LED headlights and fog lamps, and 18-inch double five-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels as standard on the base model. Equipping the Sport or Premium Select packages adds dark chrome exterior trim, darkened rear bumpers, and a decklid spoiler, as well as illuminated kick plates and bigger, 20-inch wheels in two style options.
Featuring in the midsize luxury sedan category, the Q70 is available as a base model with a total length of 196.1 inches while riding on a 114.2-inch wheelbase. Sitting at 59.1 inches in height, the rear-wheel drive configuration is half an inch shorter than the all-wheel drive version, and measures 72.6 inches in width which is standard for a sedan in this segment. Curb weight ranges from 3,876 lbs on the entry-level V6 variant to 4,239 lbs on the fully-loaded V8 model with all-wheel drive equipped.
|Infiniti Q70 Trims||3.7 LUXE||5.6 LUXE|
|Max Width||72.6 in.||72.6 in.|
|Length||196.1 in.||196.1 in.|
|Height||59.1 in.||59.1 in.|
|Wheelbase||114.2 in.||114.2 in.|
|Infiniti Q70 Trims||Curb Weight|
|3.7 LUXE||3,876 - 4,057 lbs.|
|5.6 LUXE||4,043 - 4,239 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Chrome Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||18" x 8"|
|Rear Wheel Size||18" x 8"|
The same exterior paint range of seven colors carries over from the previous year model, with Majestic White being the premium choice that costs an additional $500. The remaining palette is composed of Liquid Platinum, Graphite Shadow, Hagane Blue, Hermosa Blue, Chestnut Bronze, and Black Obsidian. There are no exclusive sport colors schemes, and the range is limited to tones of brown, black and blue, lacking the exciting variations offered by German marques.