Ward’s AutoWorld magazine recently announced that the all-new 2011 Infiniti M sedan has been named “2010 Ward’s Auto Interior of the Year” in the premium-priced car category.
Winners were selected by a team of eight Ward’s editors using criteria that included aesthetics and design harmony, comfort, ergonomics, fit and finish, materials, safety and overall value.
The Infiniti M interior features standard Fine Vision electroluminescent gauges, a 7.0-inch color vehicle information display, Infiniti analog clock, leather-appointed, heated 10-way power driver and front passenger’s seats, and a dual occupant memory system.
Also standard on all 2011 Infiniti M models is Active Noise Control, which uses sound to delete sound – generating “canceling” sound from four door speakers (and subwoofer for models equipped with a Bose® sound system) to reduce unpleasant engine harmonics. Other available Infiniti M technology includes a next-generation Infiniti Hard Drive Navigation System with 8.0-inch touch-screen display, a Bose® 2-channel 10-speaker premium audio system, heated steering wheel and climate-controlled front seats.