New low emission diesel for Infiniti Q70
The Infiniti Q70 will be available in January with a four-cylinder 2.2-litre diesel engine, ámeaning lower emissions and improved fuel economy compared to theá3.0-litre V6 it currently runs.
The new 168bhp diesel emits just 129g/km of CO2 and achievesá57.6mpg. Itácan reachá0-62mph in just under 9 seconds and can still hit 137mph, even with 70bhp less than its old engine.
Featuringáfull LED headlights, a rear-view camera and 18-inch wheels, buyers get bundles for their money in this latest Q70. Inside there areáleather seats and a sat-nav comes, whilst the Q70 2.2d Sport boasts more aggressive styling, uprated brakes and 20-inch wheels.
For that bit of extra luxury, both the Premium and the Sport models can have the Tech pack added to them; with intelligent cruise control, lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring. Additional costs can also get you a 16-speaker Bose stereo, Infiniti's Around View Monitor, and an upgraded air-condition system.
As well as all this, the Hybrid is now better than ever producingáCO2 emissions of just 145g/km while still being capable of 0-62mph in 5.2 seconds.
by: Becca Chaplin