Infiniti Launches Q70 Premium Select Edition at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

Interested in checking out this specially equipped 2016 Q70 before it becomes available in November? Then you better make your way to Pebble Beach.

With a fancy name like ‘Premium Select Edition’, you can bet that it comes with dark chrome trim, a darkened lower rear bumper, a rear decklid spoiler, as well as bespoke 20″ alloys, measuring 245/40R20.

The Q70 was already a moderately elegant car, but thanks to these subtle changes in appearance, I think it looks better.

Take it from me, people do underestimate how good these Infiniti saloons really are – so hopefully they “bite” on this special edition model.

Inside the cabin you’ll find unique Graphite/Stone semi-anliline leather seating, suede-like headliner, aluminum interior trim, illuminated kickplates and floor mats with contrasting piping.

According to Randy Parker, Infiniti Americas VP, the Premium Select Edition package gives the Q70 “an extra touch of premium elegance that is right at home here at Pebble Beach – or in any neighborhood or driveway across the country.”

The Infiniti Q70 Premium Select Edition is offered as a standard wheelbase model only, in any of the following versions: Q70 3.7, Q70 3.7 AWD, Q70 5.6 and Q70 5.6 AWD (non-Hybrid).

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