Infiniti Q70 Interior
Reviewers like the 2014 Infiniti Q70’s flowing interior design, top-quality construction and rich cabin materials. The Q70’s trunk size is on par for the class and automotive journalists report that it has spacious and comfortable front and rear seats. They also appreciate its long list of standard interior features and its easy-to-use audio, climate and navigation controls.
- "For all of its sports car attributes, the Q70 is still very much a luxury model, as reflected by its spacious and cosseting cabin. The exterior's curvaceous, sinewy lines are echoed inside, while the quality of the leather and wood (or optional aluminum) trim is top-notch." -- Left Lane News
- "Inside, the Q70 wraps its occupants in traditional Infiniti luxury amenities, including a long list of standard items that cost extra on many of the Q70's competitors." -- AutoTrader
- "Inside, the 2014 Infiniti Q70 is furnished to a high standard. Materials quality is excellent and everything is put together with precision." -- Edmunds
- "Outfitted in high-quality materials, the 2014 Infiniti Q70 delivers an inviting in-cabin experience." -- Kelley Blue Book
The 2014 Infiniti Q70 comes standard with leather upholstery, heated, 10-way power-adjustable front seats and a power tilt and telescoping steering wheel. Available features include cooled front seats, a power rear sunshade and a heated steering wheel. Test drivers write that the Q70’s cabin feels spacious, that it’s easy to find a good driving position and that outward visibility is good for the class. They add that rear-seat passengers enjoy abundant head- and legroom.
- "Most people will be able find a comfortable driving position in the Q70, and outward visibility is better than average for this class. Rear seat occupants will find plenty of headroom and legroom." -- Edmunds
- "The Q70's spacious greenhouse comfortably accommodates its occupants, who enjoy 10-way power-adjustable and heated front seats, leather-trimmed seating surfaces and generous rear-seat legroom." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "Passengers will find ample room in the backseat." -- Left Lane News
Standard features in the 2014 Infiniti Q70 include a moonroof, rain-sensing windshield wipers, push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, a rearview camera, a six-speaker stereo, Bluetooth phone connectivity, satellite radio, a USB port and a 7-inch center-mounted display screen. Available features include a 16-speaker Bose surround-sound system, Bluetooth audio streaming, navigation, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, forward collision warning and lane departure warning.
Reviewers write that it’s much easier to adjust audio, climate and navigation settings in the Q70 than it is in other luxury large cars because all of those functions are spread out among several buttons, not combined into one knob as they are in some rivals. A few critics point out that some rivals have more impressive digital displays in their instrument panels.
- "We also like Infiniti's touchscreen navigation and audio interface, which remains uncomplicated to use. In general, it's much easier to learn than the more elaborate infotainment interfaces in rival sedans." -- Edmunds
- "On the other hand, the monochrome information display between the gauges looks dated against competitors using all-digital dashes or multicolor displays." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "In direct contrast to most comparable models, the Q70 does without a complex infotainment system that incorporates all navigation, stereo and climate control functions into a single knob. This means that there's no need to spend hours with the owner's manual figuring out how to change radio stations, although on the flip side, the dashboard is somewhat button-intensive." -- Left Lane News
The 2014 Infiniti Q70 has 14.9 cubic feet of trunk space, which is on par for the class. Reviewers note that the Q70’s trunk is a bit shallow and narrow toward the front. They add that the Q70 offers decent small-item storage in the cabin and a useful trunk pass-through for long items like skis.
- "The trunk is wide at the back but quite narrow at the front and not particularly deep." -- Consumer Guide (2012)
- "The center console is pragmatically tiered to keep snacks, lip gloss and diapers organized; the trunk pass-through is great for skis and other long, thin gear; and the trunk offered lots of storage space for strollers, groceries or your third child (kidding)." -- Mother Proof (2011)