2015 Infiniti Q70 Photo Gallery (28 Photos)

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Adjectives for the new exterior styling of the 2015 Infiniti Q70 have included "fluidic," "flowing" and "wavelike" — so you might say the dramatic design of the latest version of the midsize luxury sedan is a sea change. The new wavy sidelines and "waved mesh" finish of Infiniti's familiar double-arch grille join new LED taillight design, rear-end chrome trim and a streamlined bumper.

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You'll find yourself in familiar waters inside this vessel's cabin, where interior dimensions, real wood and leather trim surfaces, and heated leather seats carry over from 2014, as do the gauge and control layout with a large color touch-screen. The Q70 is now making its maiden voyage into the public eye at the 2014 New York International Auto Show.

Check out the gallery below; Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

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Comments 

#LikeABoss

Better looking, for sure. I wonder how well it'll stack up against the sales hogs - the 5 Series and E-Class.

I also hope there will be more woodgrain options, because I'm not a fan of the finish in the pictures.

CC

Looks like it still has the outdated infotainment system.

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