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By Cars.com Staff
August 27, 2013
Infiniti is swapping alphanumeric model designations across its lineup — all cars now have a Q prefix and all SUVs a QX prefix. That means the sedans formerly known as the M37, M56 and M35h — or collectively simply as M — are now lumped under the Q70 moniker. Competitors include the BMW 5 Series, Lexus GS and Audi A6.
On the new lineup card, the M37 is now the Q70 3.7 and the M56 is the Q70 5.6, and both are available with rear- or all-wheel drive. The M35h is now the Q70 Hybrid and is available only with rear-wheel drive.
(Skip to details on the: Q70 Hybrid) New for 2014 Besides the name change, V-6 sedans with the Sport Package get an engine cooler. Exterior Highlights
Standard 18-inch alloy wheels; available 20-inch wheels
Xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights
Heated, power-folding side mirrors
Leather upholstery and wood trim
Heated front seats
Available heated steering wheel and cooled front seats
Available navigation system
Available Bose stereo
Under the Hood
330-horsepower, 3.7-liter V-6 engine (Q70 3.7)
420-hp, 5.6-liter V-8 (Q70 5.6)
Seven-speed automatic transmission
Rear- or all-wheel drive
Infiniti Drive Mode Selector with Standard, Eco, Sport and Snow modes
Available sport suspension
Available four-wheel steering
Active front head restraints
Electronic stability system and traction control
Available lane departure warning and prevention
Available blind spot warning system
Available adaptive headlights
Available collision warning system
Q70 Hybrid Formerly known as the M35h, Infiniti’s first hybrid sedan is rebadged as the Q70 Hybrid for 2014 and returns with a 3.5-liter V-6 engine, a 50-kilowatt electric motor and a lithium-ion battery pack behind the rear seat. The engine and motor combine for 360 hp, and power is delivered to the rear wheels through a seven-speed automatic transmission. Like other Q70 models, the Hybrid requires premium gas.
Q70 Hybrid can drive on electric power alone up to 62 mph and as far as 1.2 miles, according to Infiniti
Apart from badges, the Q70 Hybrid resembles the gas-only Q70 3.7
18-inch alloy wheels
Dashboard adds power-flow and charge-assist gauges for the hybrid system
Lithium-ion battery pack takes up some trunk room
Audible pedestrian-warning system when running on electric power at low speeds