The Q70 went 5 years without any upgrades and for 2018, Infiniti decided to take a step forward and redesign their luxury sedan.
The exterior design of the Q70 was all about elegance and functionality with its aerodynamic body shape. And the same applied to the luxurious interior.
The cabin offered generous room for both the front and the rear passengers. An elevated center console along with the wraparound dashboard gave the driver the feeling of driving a sports car. The seats were very comfortable and highly adjustable.
The overall quality of the materials used inside the Q70 was high, with leather and metal-finish accents all around.
Two trim levels were available with the Q7, the 3.7 Luxe and the 5.6 Luxe. Of course, the numbers indicated the engine mounted on each trim level. Additionally, a long-wheelbase model and a hybrid version were available.
Both trim levels came with a rear-wheel-drive system and an optional all-wheel-drive, with the exception of the hybrid.
The 3.7-liter V6 engine developed 330 hp and came with a sunroof, a dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats and an optional no-cost Essential package.
The 5.6 Luxe powered by the 5.6-liter V8 engine that developed 420 hp included the features offered for the 3.7 Luxe and added heated steering wheel, parking sensors, leather upholstery, an 8-inch touchscreen display and a premium Bose 10-speaker audio system.
Several other packages were available, such as the ProActive package that added advanced safety features, and, the Sport package with upgraded brakes and suspension, a better audio system and 20-inch wheels.