Infiniti G35

Infiniti G35

You know how people immediately assume that combining elements from jaw-dropping vehicles and mashing them all up spontaneously nets them a wondrous piece of automotive engineering? Sure, it works sometimes. But for the most part, we’re left scratching our heads while looking at this ungodly sight, bemoaning the sheer lack of creative foresight by the people who built it.

This is the Predator Xtreme, a car that could have been built when somebody put a Ferrari Enzo , a Lamborghini Reventon , a McLaren F1 , and an Infinity G35 into a giant blender, put it on full blast, and watched as this piece of work come out.

Now, it probably isn’t as bad as it looks, especially at first glance. But once you take a minute and start examining the car, you’ll notice that a lot of what makes the car look the way it does is the elements found in the aforementioned supercars. The front end looks like a dysfunctional marriage between an Enzo and a Reventon, the interior seating lay-out looks to have been ripped out of a McLaren F1 – except that this one looks far more cramped - and don’t even get us started on why those taillights look suspiciously like the ones found on the G35. It’s because they are!

Full story after the jump.

In a world full of pretentious poseurs, you’re never going to run out of examples to illustrate just how far copycats have come to being more obnoxiously open about their impersonating ways.

Heck, even car owners seem to have been bitten by this bug. Not content with the cars they have, they try to add a couple of things here and a few more things there to make us believe that what they’re driving is actually worth more than what’s really under the facelift.

Some cars are successful to a certain degree while others fail miserably.

We’ll give you a guess as to which category this Infiniti G35 Coupe that’s masquerading as an Audi R8 belongs to. To be fair, it’s quite obvious, isn’t it?

While we applaud the effort of incorporating those R8-famous side blades on the G35, it’s also completely ridiculous. Put it this way: no amount of facelift or re-tooling can make an Infiniti G35 look like an Audi R8.

Good effort, though.

Source: Jalopnik

This is what driving while intoxicated does to you and for the most part, you probably won’t be as fortunate as this blubbering moron.

After having one too many cold ones, the driver of this Chevrolet Corvette was traveling at speeds of over 150 mph when he suddenly swerved across the road, hitting an Infiniti G35 in the process before taking a dive into the Boisa Chica Wetlands.

Both the Corvette and the G35 ended up taking a dive in the swamp but fortunately, the drivers managed to escape the accident without any major injuries. Despite having all his limbs virtually intact, the driver of the Corvette, 52-year old Melvin Brown, won’t be as lucky escaping the strong
arm of the law as he was charged with driving under the influence.

People always remind us that drinking under the influence is never a good idea, yet somehow people still seem to abide by their own rules. It’s too bad that accidents like this need to happen before some people begin smarting up.

Source: OC Register
Posted on by Terence 0

It was almost five years ago when the man from Japan, Smokey Nagata slapped a GT-R badge on an R35 Skyline GT350, or an Infiniti G35 as we know them here in the U.S. but that is not all that the founder of the tuning firm Top Secret. Disgruntled with the fact that Nissan had discontinued their high performance halo car when they ditched the much loved R34 GT-R. So what was Smokey to do, build his own GT-R out of a perfectly good Skyline coupe and hope that Nissan would take notice and follow suit. However this would need to be more than just a G35 with a fancy body kit and an expensive set of rims, this vehicle had to be a true best if it were to wear the same badge as Godzilla.

Top Secret Skyline GT-R

In order to create a true super car the first thing that Nagata-san did was drop the VQ from the Skyline’s pallet and shoehorn in a 4.5 Liter V8 sourced from a Nissan Cima. The crew then got to work rebuilding the engine with stronger rods and pistons before balancing the entire rotating assembly. Then a custom intake manifold was crafted to accept the charge air from a pair of HKS GT2835 turbos sending almost 700 HP through an ORC triple plate clutch to spin the Getrag 6 speed manual transmission before making its way out the rear end with a 2 way limited slip differential.

Continued after the jump.

Source: Speedhunters

Infiniti announced pricing on the 2008 Infiniti G35 Sedan, which is on sale now at Infiniti retailers nationwide. The popular second-generation G Sedan, which was totally redesigned for the 2007 model year, features a number of enhancements for 2008 – including an available Infiniti Infiniti iPodâ Interface and Driver’s Audio Stage, standard XM® Satellite Radio (requires XM® subscription, sold separately) and expanded availability of the performance-oriented Sport Package to include G35x AWD models. One new exterior color, Desert Platinum, is also offered.

Posted on by ErickM 3

In 2003, the ever popular Nissan Skyline made its way to the United States badged as the Infinity G35. For 2006, Team Falken took into their own hands to make a Cinderella story out of this car: from a luxurious sports car to a beastly gorgious track monster.

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In a world of sport compacts dominated by japanese cars (WRX, Lancer Evolutions, S2000s, 350Zs, etc) there is a great deal of rivalry with tuners building the same cars. APR decided to take a small turn to the more luxurious, less used, sports cars and decided to build an Infinity G35 for it’s fifth complete transformation from stock to fully built. Other cars preceding the G35 would be a Toyota Celica, Toyota MR-S, Lancer Evolution 8 and a Subaru WRX STi.

Three of the six upscale sedans tested for the June issue of Consumer Reports, the Infiniti Infiniti G35, Lexus Lexus ES350, and Nissan Nissan Maxima, posted "Excellent" overall ratings. It’s rare for so many cars to be scored so highly in a monthly test group. The top-scoring and sporty G35 now ranks as the best car tested by Consumer Reports in the Upscale Sedan category, outpointing the previously- tested Acura TL. The quiet and comfortable E350 came in very close behind the G35. The Maxima rated (...)
You want to buy a car, but you need both luxury and affordable one. And you start wondering: how much do i have to pay to have both this in my dream car. According to Business Week you can buy a luxury car paying between $30.000 and $60.000. Mercedes-Benz’s two top sellers, for instance, are the C-Class and E-Class series sedans, both of which sold just shy of 45,000 units in the first 11 months of the year—far more than the company’s many other model lines. Those vehicles’ base prices range (...)
Source: Businessweek
Consumer Reports announced today that it has named five new models to its Top Picks list for 2007 — the Toyota RAV4 Toyota RAV4 , Infiniti Infiniti G35, Toyota Sienna Toyota Sienna , Mazda Mazda MX-5 Miata, and the new Honda Fit. The Top Picks list is published in CR’s Annual April Auto Issue. The Toyota Prius Toyota Prius remains the Top Pick in the "green" car category for the fourth year in a row. The Prius demonstrated an excellent 44 mpg overall fuel economy, the best of Consumer Reports tests of any five-passenger vehicles. This (...)

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