Last month at the New York Auto Show made it’s world debut one of the most expected car: the Infiniti G 35. A very cool car, but Nissan does not go into detail about the hard drive part of things. What the press release from Nissan doesn’t says is that the Infiniti will feature a really cool audio system.
According to Nissan’s press release, the G35 will feature "a touch screen navigation system with available real-time traffic and the audiophile-quality Infiniti Studio on Wheels by Bose, combining the industry’s first 3-way front door speaker array using 10-inch woofers with an audiophile quality head unit incorporating a 24-bit Burr Brown® Digital Audio Converter."
Infiniti’s 2007 G35 models will feature a hard drive built into the dash which will provide storage space for music files. The idea expands on current features like MP3 capabilities read from CDs or DVDs and Ipod docks built into some Volkswagen and BMW vehicles. In the 2007 G35’s case it will store music on to the hard drive and the model will also feature a compact flash slot according to some sources.