Infiniti Q60 Interior
Though most critics think the 2015 Infiniti Q60's interior looks a bit dated, they agree that it's still attractive and nicely appointed with top-notch materials. They also think the Q60's infotainment controls are easier to use than the controls in more recently updated luxury vehicles. Like most coupes and convertibles, the Q60 has comfortable front seats and cramped rear seats. The Q60 coupe's trunk is small for the class, and some automotive journalists say that both the coupe and convertible offer poor rearward visibility.
- "The Q60 coupe and convertible offer a comfortable and high-quality interior, even if it's a little dated feeling." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "Though the Q60 interior design hasn't changed much over the years, that's not necessarily a negative, as both the styling and materials are top-notch." -- Edmunds
- "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 2015 Infiniti Q60 seats four in both coupe and convertible models and comes standard with leather upholstery, heated front seats and eight-way power-adjustable front seats. Available features include driver seat position memory, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel and sport seats with additional side support and adjustability. Convertibles are also available with ventilated front seats. Reviewers write that the standard front seats are spacious and comfortable during highway driving and supportive enough to hold you in place during cornering. Some test drivers note that rearward visibility is limited in the coupe and convertible. As with most coupes, critics say the Q60's back seats are only spacious enough for small children or luggage.
- "The standard front seats are both comfortable in straight-line cruising and supportive enough to inspire confidence in spirited driving. The available front sport seats offer additional adjustments that allow you to customize the fit, but unfortunately they're available only with the firmer suspension. The rear seats are so tight that they're really fit only for the smallest of children or personal items like a large purse or laptop bag." -- Edmunds
- "Rearward vision is poor in coupes thanks to the racy roofline, and when the top is up on the Q60 convertible, you'll be glad there's a standard backup camera." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "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
Standard features in the 2015 Infiniti Q60 include dual-zone automatic climate control, push-button start and an infotainment system with a 7-inch display, six speakers, a USB port, satellite radio, Bluetooth phone streaming and a rearview camera. Available features include an 11-speaker Bose audio system, a touch-screen navigation system, Bluetooth music streaming, adaptive cruise control and rear parking sensors. The Q60 convertible comes standard with a three-piece power-retractable hardtop, while a moonroof is optional in the coupe.
Whether you're using the dashboard buttons or the optional touch screen, test drivers think that the Q60's audio, climate and navigation controls are simple and more user-friendly than the systems in rival luxury vehicles. Some note that the touch screen looks a bit outdated. Some also think the hardtop in the convertible model takes too long to fold.
- "The buttons and knobs for the climate and audio systems are refreshingly straightforward, and the 7-inch touchscreen is similarly user-friendly." -- Edmunds
- "The easy-to-see 7-inch full-color display mounted high in the center stack easily operates many of the car's functions, but looks a little dated." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "Unlike with some rivals, controls for the A/C, stereo and optional navigation system are logically arranged and user-friendly." -- Left Lane News
- "It's just such a shame that a car this good-looking -- especially in red and with the optional 19-inch wheels -- has a folding roof that takes nearly 30 seconds to do its hardtop dance." -- Motor Trend (2014)
The 2015 Infiniti Q60 coupe has 7.4 cubic feet of cargo room, which is smaller than the trunks in most rival coupes, including the BMW 4-Series. The coupe has a folding rear seatback, and critics appreciate the added storage space it provides. The Q60 convertible’s trunk measures 10.33 cubic feet with the top up, which is good for a convertible, and 1.99 cubic feet with the top down, which is extremely small.
- "At 10.3 cubic inches, trunk space is respectable with the top up, though a miniscule two cubes is all that's left when the top is stowed." -- Left Lane News (convertible)
- "The seatback does fold down, however, giving the tiny 7.4-cubic-foot trunk a degree of added functionality." -- Edmunds (coupe)
- "The demure trunk isn't going to swallow much more than a few pieces of luggage and, in convertible form, is practically nonexistent with the retractable hardtop folded down." -- AutoTrader (2014 coupe and convertible)