Infiniti shows off its luxury sedan with a stretched wheelbase, setting it up for competition with Mercedes-Benz and Lexus.
NEW YORK -- Infiniti showed off the 2015 Q70 sedan, which now comes as a long-wheelbase model, at the New York auto show.
Curvy fenders mark the Q70's styling, and LED headlights are an option.
In the long-wheelbase Q70L version, the car gains 5.9 inches between its wheels.
The Q70 can be had with a V-6, a V-8, or a hybrid drivetrain.
Infiniti uses beautifully treated wood trim in the Q70.
Cabin electronics appear to be largely carried over from the previous model.
A seven-speed automatic is the only transmission choice with the V-6 or V-8 engines, and a dial on the console controls drive modes.
Shoulder speakers enhance sound from the Bose audio system.
Infiniti continues to use analog gauges in the Q70.
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