Last week we reported that Infiniti will bring a four-door model based on the Nissan GT-R and today we bring you the first rendering created by our designer especially for TopSpeed. Set to compete with models like Porsche Panamera and BMW M5, the Infiniti Gt-R will be launched in 2010 and will be priced aground $100,000.
The Infiniti GT-R will drop the current twin-turbo V6 engine and will use the less exclusive 5.0-liter V8 from the Infiniti FX50 SUV. This will provide an output of 420hp and will help the car to make the 0 to 60 mph sprint in about five seconds.
The GT-R sedan will also feature TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system with four-corner readout), ABS with EBD (electronic brake-force distribution), TCS (traction control system) with VDC (vehicle dynamic control), LDW (lane departure warning that beeps); LDP (lane departure prevention through selective brake application); and ICC (intelligent cruise control) with DCA (distance control assist) that maintains following distances at speed, plus IBA (intelligent brake assist).