Infiniti G37

Infiniti G37

The Infiniti G37 Coupé offers dramatic performance in a thoroughly seductive shape. Although sharing a great deal of hardware with the G37 Sedan, the Coupé is designed to appeal to different buyer.

Infiniti G37

Among the key enhancements to the new second-generation G Coupe are a larger, more powerful 3.7-liter V6 engine, available advanced 4-Wheel Active Steer system, a dramatic new exterior design and a refined interior with intuitive, integrated technology. Top speed is limited at 250 km/h (155 mph), while 0-100 km/h takes just 5.8 seconds (on M/T version).

Infiniti G37

There are three versions of the G37 Coupé on offer – the well equipped G37 Coupé, the more luxurious GT version with leather upholstery, and the sport-oriented S version with 4-Wheel Active Steer system, a Viscous Limited Slip Differential (VLSD) and sports suspension settings among other changes.

Press release after the jump.

Posted on by Terence 1

If there is one thing we can say about the 2009 Infiniti G37 , it is that we liked it. We really liked it. Our Athens Blue Coupe could put a smile on your face and instantaneously make you forget about any troubles that might be clouding your day.

The car is beautiful on the inside and out, the handling is amazing and the exhaust note is nicer than the VQ35 powered Nissans, especially when you get higher up in the rev band. Our four passenger GT car is powered by a 3.7 Liter V6 with VVEL variable valve timing on both the intake and exhaust camshafts to make an astounding 330 HP and 270 lb-ft of torque and shifted through a 7 speed automatic transmission.

Once you are behind the wheel you forget about the 19 inch sport rims or the chrome front grill, even the HID headlamps won’t seem impressive when you are sitting in the Stone leather seats, gripping one of the most comfortable leather wrapped multifunction steering wheels on the market, because all you will be able to think about is the road. The G37 engages you in a way that only a fun car can.

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Posted on by Terence 0

We have just received the 2009 Infiniti G37 in our Top Speed test fleet and we are impressed. The car is beautiful on the inside and out, the handling is amazing and the exhaust note is nicer than the VQ35 powered Nissans, especially when you get higher up in the rev band. Our Athens Blue coupe is powered by a 3.7 Liter V6 with VVEL variable valve timing on both the intake and exhaust camshafts to make an astounding 330 HP and 270 lb-ft of torque and shifted through a 7 speed automatic transmission, this is enough power and speed for you to establish a relationship with your local law enforcement officers.

To be honest the G37 looks a little odd, it has the same dual arc profile that made everyone run out and buy a G35, but the added bulges at the front and rear corners of the body made it a little difficult to photograph. It is odd because we are usually fans of wide boxed fenders, but this car will take some getting used to. That doesn’t realy matter because once you drive it, you’ll forget about the 19 inch sport wheels or the chrome front grill, even the HIDs up front and LEDs out back won’t mean a thing when you are sitting in the Stone leather seats, gripping the leather wrapped multifunction steering wheel and changing the satellite radio station on the Bose stereo. This is where the fun is.

Like we said before, the G37 has plenty of go, it handles amazingly, with the added fun of rear wheel drive, and even though it may take a minute for our eyes to adjust, most people’s already have. Aside from the added displacement the latest iteration of the G car can do something that its predecessor couldn’t. Both rings on the taillight illuminate under braking, a signature move of Nissan’s Skyline, that’s what this luxury sedan based sports coupe is known as in the land of the rising sun.

Video walk around after the jump.

After announcing the European prices for the Infiniti G37 Convertible , the Japanese luxury automaker has also announced the vehicle’s pricing for the U.S. market. The drop top Infiniti will go on sale June 19, and prices will start from $43,850 for the G37 Convertible and $43,900 for the G37 Convertible Sport with a six speed manyal transmission.

When it is released, the Infiniti G37 Convertible will be powered by 3.7 Liiter V6 engine mated ro either a 7-speed automatic transmission or a responsive close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission making 325 HP.

Press release after the jump.

Infiniti Europe has just announced pricing for the new G37 Convertible . The cost will vary from country to country, meaning that the customers in France, Italy, and Spain will pay €52,600, €53,900, and €56,100 respectively. The top of the line, GT premium package adds an extra €3,600. Prices for the U.K. will be announced at a later date.

Infiniti G37 Convertible - European prices revealed

The Infiniti G37 Convertible is powered by a 3.7 Liter V6 that sends 320 HP straight to the rear wheels. The drop top Infiniti will sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in just 6.2 seconds (for the manual version) and reach a top speed of a limited 155 MPH.

Standard equipment for the G37 Convertible includes: 19 inch alloy wheels with sport brakes to slow down the new V6, a wind deflector to keep your hair from getting tangled, luxurious leather seats, active cornering Bi-Xenon headlamps and LED rears, dual-zone adaptive climate control with automatic air recirculation, Infiniti Intelligent Key. The GT Premium package adds a 30Gb HDD navigation system.

Press release after the jump.

Infiniti revealed at the Los Angeles Auto Show the first ever convertible model in the G line-up. The car doesn’t stray much from the G37’s original recipe, and it carries over the coupe’s platform and engine. The biggest addition to the car is the extra sky available form the folding hardtop. Sales of the topless G will begin in spring of 2009.

The G37 convertible is powered by the same 3.7-liter V6 engine as the coupe version that delivers 325 hp @ 7,000 rpm and a peak torque of 267 lbs-ft @5,200 rpm. The engine is mated to either an electronically controlled 7-speed automatic transmission with available magnesium paddle shifters or a responsive close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission.

The model is offered in two different trim versions: the G37 Convertible and the G37S Convertible Sport 6MT, which adds sport-tuned steering and larger sport brakes, along with 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels and W-rated performance tires.

The problem with many convertibles is that top-down motoring can create a lot of wind in the passenger cabin. The G37 convertible combats the effects in two ways. When the three-pieces folding steel top is down, the Bose audio system will change the radio setting depending on detected outside noise. Also, the climate control system will adjust fan speed in accordance to top position and vehicle speed.

For the Bloomingdale’s Holiday Catalog, Infiniti added a G Convertible Premier Edition limited to only 200 units.

Updated 02/09/2010: The Japanese luxury automaker Infiniti will continue to offer the G37 Convertible for the 2010MY. Prices start at $44,350 for the seven speed automatic version and goes up to $46,950 for the six speed sport version. The 2010 G37 Convertible comes complete with standard features like a RearView Monitor and safety features like available automatic rain sensing flat blade wipers, Pre-Crash Seat Belts and Intelligent Cruise Control with Preview Braking.

Full details in the press release after the jump.

Posted on by Panait 2

With the Gran Turismo G37 Japanese tuners, Zele International, have given new meaning to the video game’s subtitle, "the real driving simulator." That is because they are bringing life to the original Gran Turismo G37 that was designed by Polyphony Digital as a car that can be played in their latest offering Gran Turismo 5. Fans of the video game will be able to get behind the wheel, in real life, of the Gran Turismo G37 thanks to a new body kit from Zele. The kit consists of a new grill, front and rear bumpers, side skirts, rear wing and diffuser, all made from carbon fiber. The kit will upgrade any ordinary Infiniti G37 into a unique Gran Turismo version straight out of the video game. There are no performance upgrades for the 330 HP Infiniti to go along with the styling kit, but expect that the reduction in weight and added aerodynamic grip will make the Infiniti even more fun to drive.

The body kit is priced at 382,600 Yen ($4,160 USD) and is for sale in Japan only, there is no word about exporting the kit at this time.

Source: 4wheelsnews

The L.A. auto show is one day away, and the auto show page revealed new images of the 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible. The drop-top G37 will go on sale in the U.S. early next year, and Europe should get the car by the end of 2009.

Infiniti G37 Convertible - new official image

The convertible version is based on the current G37 coupe and will feature a three-piece automatic retracting hardtop, enabling it to keep a coupe-like roofline. The convertible also features a unique interior treatment with automatic adjustment to audio and ventilation systems so the top-down driving experience is still pampered.

Under the hood Infiniti is using an engine already used in the coupe and sedan versions, as well as another car debuting in LA, the 370Z . The engine is the 3.7-liter V-6 rated at 328 hp and is mated to a choice of a new 7-speed automatic transmission or close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission.

Although this car may look cool, be careful. When someone asks where you got this special edition Infiniti G37 convertible , you may have to respond, "I got it at Bloomies!" - not very manly.

Infiniti G37 Convertible Bloomingdale Special Edition

This limited edition G37 is offered exclusively through Bloomingdale’s annual holiday catalog. The Infiniti Premier Edition G37 convertible features a dark gray Platinum Graphite exterior, exclusive Monaco Red leather-trimmed interior with hand-crafted, red-stained genuine maple wood trim, and a special grille and 19-inch aluminum wheels.

Pricing has not yet been announced, but orders for this special edition will be taken starting at noon on November 10th. Not bad considering the car premieres at the Los Angles Auto Show, which starts November 21st.

Source: Inside Line

Infiniti today announced pricing on the 2009 G37 Coupe and sedan, , which go on sale at Infiniti dealers nationwide on November 5, 2008. Both the G37 Sedan and G37 Coupe receive extensive revisions for the 2009 model year.

2009 Infiniti G37 Sedan and Coupe pricing announced

Pricing are as follows: G37 Coupe (3.7L DOHC V-6 7-spd auto w/manual shift) $35,900; G37 Coupe Journey (3.7L DOHC V-6 7-spd auto w/ manual shift) $36,650; G37x Coupe AWD (3.7L DOHC V-6 7-spd auto w/ manual shift) $38,700; G37S Coupe Sport 6MT (3.7L DOHC V-6 6-speed manual) $37,000; and for the sedan: G37 Sedan (3.7L DOHC V-6 7-spd auto w/ manual shift) $33,250; G37 Sedan Journey (3.7L DOHC V-6 7-spd auto w/ manual shift) $33,700; G37x Sedan (AWD 3.7L DOHC V-6 7-spd auto w/ manual shift) $35,750; G37S Sedan Sport 6MT (3.7L DOHC V-6 6-spd manual) $34,250.

2009 Infiniti G37 Sedan and Coupe pricing announced

Updates for 2009 include: new 328-horsepower 3.7-liter V6 engine with VVEL for the sedan version, new all-wheel drive system for the coupe version; new 7-speed automatic transmission with Drive Sport (DS) mode and Adaptive Shift Control (ASC) for both coupe and sedan.

Press release after the jump.


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