The front seats and steering wheel are electrically adjustable in all versions, so it’s easy to get comfortable. You can also save your settings – handy if someone else drives the car and moves everything around. Rear vision is less impressive due to the shallow screen, and the multimedia system isn’t the most intuitive one we’ve come across.
Infiniti Q70 space & practicality
There’s plenty of room for four adults in the Q70’s cabin but, like most rivals, it has a wide transmission tunnel that makes life uncomfortable for a central rear passenger. If you think the diesel version’s 450-litre boot is a little small for the class, you'll be disappointed with the Hybrid's 350 litres. You'll get a set of golf clubs in, but not much else, thanks the car's battery pack.
Infiniti Q70 equipment
GT models come with keyless entry, a reversing camera, dual-zone climate control and front seats that are heated and ventilated, while S spec adds sporty touches such as gearshift paddles, four-wheel steering and sports suspension. You can also specify Premium versions of both with satellite-navigation, a BOSE stereo and adaptive cruise control.