The Infiniti M has been renamed the Q70 for the 2014 model year, and by whatever name, there’s still a lot to like about this large -- but not too large -- sporty sedan. Whereas the top German and American luxury cars tend to share a similar upright, bulky stance, Infiniti goes for a unique swoopy exterior design that’s more akin to the brushstrokes of a fine Japanese watercolor painting.
The 330-horsepower V6, 420-horsepower V8 and 350-horsepower hybrid variations make a return, and each gives the Q70 a different driving character.
Add in a decked-out interior with warm wood, semi-aniline leather and vast rear seat space, plus advanced technology like the AroundView camera system that shows a 360-degree image of the area around the vehicle, and you get a legitimate alternative to BMW and Audi. Not only that, but the Q70 has the dynamic chassis and performance credentials to run right alongside those pricey rivals.
Build and price your dream Infiniti Q70 in just a few easy steps.
|Build & Price|