2017 INFINITI Q70 Sedan Safety | Highlighting Predictive Forward Collision Warning

Predictive Forward Collision Warning

Anticipate the Road Ahead

This optional system can warn the driver of risks that may be obscured from the driver's forward field-of-view. It can sense the relative velocity and distance of a vehicle directly ahead, and the vehicle traveling in front of that one. [*]


Future Thinking

2017 INFINITI Q70 Sedan Safety | Safety Shield

Two vehicles ahead

A vehicle slows down suddenly and unexpectedly, triggering a potentially dangerous situation.

Directly in front

The driver reacts to the sudden slowdown by quickly stepping on the brakes, but it may not be enough to prevent a collision.


Because of Predictive Forward Collision Warning, you have already been alerted to the potential risk and can respond accordingly, helping to avoid a collision. [*]

2017 INFINITI Q70 Sedan Safety | Side-view Mirrors include Blind Spot Intervention System and Lane Departure Prevention

Blind Spot Intervention® System

Safety Beyond What You See

At INFINITI, innovation remains tradition. Our optional, world's first Blind Spot Warning and Blind Spot Intervention® Systems [*] help alert you to vehicles detected in the blind spot area, then actively assist your vehicle back towards the center of your travel lane if it begins to move over.

2017 INFINITI Q70 Sedan Safety | Around View Monitor

Backup Collision Intervention

Get the Bigger Picture

With this available world’s first system, sensors on the sides and back of the Q70 help alert the driver of a potential collision with a crossing vehicle or large stationary objects detected while backing up. Should the driver continue moving on a collision course, the brakes can automatically engage. [*]


2015 INFINITI Q70 Earns IIHS' Highest Safety Rating

2015 INFINITI Q70 models equipped with Forward Emergency Braking [*] (with the exception of the Q70 V8 AWD) have received the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's (IIHS) highest safety award, Top Safety Pick+. IIHS safety awards are based on a vehicle's ability to protect its occupants and prevent or mitigate crashes.