Catering to the ever-increasing popularity of long-wheelbase luxury sedans in the Chinese market, Infiniti revealed a special Bespoke Edition of the already luxurious Q70L sedan at the 2015 Shanghai auto show. The Infiniti Q70L Bespoke Edition features an interior aimed at bridging the gap between concept car and production model.
Compared to a normal Infiniti Q70L, the Bespoke version has a wildly luxurious interior design. The traditional rear seats are removed in favor of two executive-style reclining seats, bringing the first-class airline experience to the road. The interior is upholstered in white hand-stitched leather, with a quilted pattern in the seat back cushions, sections in the door panels, and in the headliner. The headliner itself, along with the chassis pillars, is covered in suede. A new ash-colored wood trim is spread throughout the cabin, including on the new rear center console.
Although there’s no mention of what engine can be found under the Bespoke Edition, the U.S.-market Infiniti Q70L gives buyers a choice of either a 3.7-liter V-6, producing 330 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque, or a large 5.6-liter V-8, churning out 416 hp and 414 lb-ft of torque. Power is either sent to the rear-wheels, or through optional all-wheel drive .
It’s unclear if the Infiniti Q70L Bespoke Edition will ever be sold in the U.S., but you can take a look at the car’s sumptuous interior in the photo gallery below.