Infiniti Q60 Interior
While some automotive journalists say that the 2014 Infiniti Q60’s interior is starting to look a little outdated, others appreciate its elegant design and high-quality materials, which include standard aluminum trim. They say the front seats are spacious and comfortable, though some note that rearward visibility isn’t as good as they would like. The Q60 also earns praise for its audio, climate and navigation controls, which reviewers agree are easy to use.
- "The Infiniti Q60's interior is exceptional both in design and in quality of materials. The cabin is marked by supple leather surfaces and elegant, soft-sheen ‘Silk Obi’ aluminum trim." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "While the cabin's overall design is starting to look a bit dated, material quality remains among the best in the class, with available touches like Japanese ‘Silk Obi’ brushed aluminum trim (wood trim is optional) creating a classy atmosphere." -- Left Lane News
The 2014 Infiniti Q60 seats four and comes standard with leather upholstery and eight-way power-adjustable heated front seats. Test drivers say the Q60’s front seats are spacious and comfortable, though they write that the rear seats are only useful for extra cargo or kids, which is a common complaint about coupes and convertibles. Automotive journalists also say that rearward visibility is compromised in both coupe and convertible models, but they note that reversing is still fairly easy in both cars thanks to the standard rearview camera.
- "Space and comfort are in ample supply for front seat passengers, but, typical of the convertible genre, the rear seats are best utilized as a supplemental cargo space or for transporting children." -- Left Lane News
- "Regarding everyday use, rear outward visibility is obstructed to some extent by the coupe's racy C-pillars and the convertible's narrow rear glass, although the standard backup camera alleviates most reversing-related anxiety." -- Kelley Blue Book
The 2014 Infiniti Q60 comes standard with proximity key, push-button start, a six-speaker audio system, satellite radio, a USB port, Bluetooth phone connectivity, a rearview camera and an infotainment system with a 7-inch color display screen. The convertible comes standard with a three-piece retractable hardtop. Options include navigation, rear parking sensors, a Bose audio system, Bluetooth audio streaming and adaptive cruise control.
Reviewers agree that the controls for the audio, climate and optional navigation systems are intuitive and well-arranged, but they complain that it takes too long for the convertible’s top to open, and they say that the trunk lid closes over the folded roof with an unrefined clunk.
- "Unlike with some rivals, controls for the A/C, stereo and optional navigation system are logically arranged and user-friendly." -- Left Lane News
- "That's great, but it's tough to enjoy the car when you're stuck waiting for the top to go down. Once the top does finally stow in the trunk, it closes with a not-so-luxurious thud." -- Motor Trend
The 2014 Infiniti Q60 coupe has 7.4 cubic feet of cargo room, which is significantly less space than what the BMW 4-Series’ trunk offers. The Q60 convertible’s trunk measures 11.8 cubic feet with the top up and 2.5 cubic feet with the top down.