Infiniti has released details on the Q70 sedan lineup, which is available at dealers across the nation. The model, which was called the M under Infiniti’s old nomenclature, comes in five different models: Q70 3.7, Q70 3.7 AWD, Q70 5.6, Q70 5.6 AWD and Q70 Hybrid. The company says all five models are designed to provide high levels of luxury and performance.
Some changes have been introduced for the 2014 Q70. Among the changes is an engine oil cooler included in the 3.7 Sport Package, and revised spring and damper rates for models with the rear-wheel drive Sport Package. Infiniti has also managed to increase the fuel economy for the Q70 Hybrid by two miles per gallon for a 34/29/31 city/highway/combined rating from the EPA.
As part of the announcement, Infiniti has also released pricing information for all five models. The Infiniti Q70 3.7 has an MSRP of $49,500, while adding all-wheel drive increases it to $51,650. The Q70 5.6 comes with an MSRP of $62,000, with the all-wheel-drive version fetching $64,500. Finally, the Q70 Hybrid has an MSRP of $55,550.
A seven-speed automatic transmission is standard for all engines. Other standard equipment includes Intelligent Cruise Control, a Bose Studio Surround sound system, a hard drive-based navigation system, Lane Departure Prevention and Warning, Forward Collision Warning, and intelligent Brake Assist.
Both rear- and all-wheel models can be outfitted with an optional Sport Package that adds special suspension tuning, 20-inch wheels, and Sport Brakes for increased stopping power.