A refined ride, a roomy trunk, and plenty of in-cabin storage make the Q70 an easy companion. The front seats are exceptionally comfortable, with both driver and passenger getting 10-way power-adjustable seats. Head, shoulder, and leg room is all good, though the thick center console may impinge on knee space for taller adults.
In the second row, the seats are contoured to better fit adults, at least in the outboard positions. Very tall passengers may find the back seat a bit short on head room, but most others will be perfectly comfortable. The only negative in the back seat is the high door line and rear deck lid, which can give occupants a closed-in feeling.
While the Infiniti Q70's 14.9-cubic-feet of trunk space isn't all that numerically grand, it's well-shaped and easy to access, making the most of the space. Hybrid models lose a bit of storage space for the battery pack.
On the road noise and vibration front, the Q70 line still has some work to do--even with Active Noise Control being standard across the line. The V-6 version of the Q70 is the most noticeably noisy, while the hybrids manage with a smoother, smaller version of the six-cylinder.