2016 Infiniti Q70 Pricing Detailed, Starts From $49,850

Infiniti has just announced the suggested retail price for the 2016 Q70 lineup in the US.

The base version of the revamped luxury saloon is powered by a 330hp 3.7-liter V6 engine, followed by a 420hp 5.6-liter V8 plus a 360hp 3.5-liter V6 paired to an electric motor in the Hybrid. The long wheelbase “L” is offered with the two petrol units but not the hybrid.

The Q70 comes with RWD or AWD on all variants except for the hybrid, and power is sent to the wheels through an exclusive 7-speed automatic transmission.

The luxury sedan is now offered with two new colors: Hagane Blue and Majestic White. The equipment list on in all Q70s includes the Intelligent Key with push-button start, rearview mirror, 6-speaker audio system, Active Noise Control, Bluetooth and HomeLink Universal Transceiver, while the Q70L adds the rear-door auto closure, rear reading light and a 12V rear power outlet.

Both the Q70 and Q70L are also offered with automatic headlights, power sliding tinted glass moonroof, power folding heated side mirrors with integrated LED turn signal, rain-sensing wipers, lamps built into door handles, rear window defroster with timer and dual exhaust with polished tips as standard.

For the 2016MY, Infiniti has introduced a new Q70 Premium Select Edition, offered on the standard wheelbase with the 3.7- and 5.6-liter powertrains, that comes with dark chrome trim, darkened lowered rear bumper, rear spoiler, unique 20-inch wheels and sport Brakes.

Inside, the vehicle is offered with a choice of two exclusive semi-aniline leather colors, Stone and Graphite, suede-like headliner, contrast seat piping, illuminated kick plates, exclusive laser-etched aluminum trim, unique floor mats and aluminum badging. The Q70 premium Select is offered at $3,300 over the standard Q70 3.7 and Q70 5.6 RWD and QWD models.

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