Infiniti revealed today a new image of the 2009 G37 Convertible that will make its world debut in November at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Based on the current G37 Coupe, the new G37 Convertible will feature a three-piece automatic retracting hardtop. The Infiniti G37 Convertible is expected to be powered by the same 328 hp 3.7-liter V6 engine that is in the coupe version and possible 7-speed automatic transmission.
Infiniti will increase its pricing on the 2009 G37 coupe. Compared to the 2008 model year, most increases are about $1000. Pricing are as follows: the standard G37 coupe is now $35,900 (up from $34,900 in 2008), G37x AWD is $38,700, G37 coupe in Journey trim is $36,650 (up from $35,650 in 2008) and the G37S in 6MT trim is priced at $37,000 (up from $36,200).
Infiniti believes that with these increased prices there is also increased value. Highway mpg goes from 24 mpg to 26 on 2009 rear wheel drive models. A new color "Moonlight white" is added to replace ivory pearl. Also, for an extra $130, 2009 models have an optional glass breakage sensor.
So, you can go to the dealer now and get a 2008 model, or pay $1000 more and wait and for a 2009 model with better fuel economy and new options.
Infiniti has confirmed that the G37 Convertible will be launched in first quarter of 2009. It will make its world debut in November at the Los Angeles Auto Show. This will be Infinity’s first convertible since the little-loved M30 of the early 90s.
The new G37 Convertible is set for a mid-2009 model year introduction. Based on the current G37 Coupe, the new G37 Convertible will feature a three-piece automatic retracting hardtop and available unique interior treatment.
Infiniti will unveil at the Geneva Motor Show the 2009 G37 Sedan, a model designed especially for the European market. It will be offered with either a rear- or all-wheel drive system with drive taken to the wheels via a slick six-speed manual or an advanced seven-speed automatic transmission.
Four-Wheel Active Steer (4WAS) is available as part of the Infiniti G37 Sport model (see standard and optional equipment). This helps improve handling performance by varying the front steering ratio and adjusting the geometry of the rear suspension according to steering input and vehicle speed.
An AWD version, known as the Infiniti G37x, uses Infiniti’s ATTESA E-TS (Advanced Total Traction Engineering System for All Electronic Torque Split) all-wheel drive system, as found on EX37 and FX models will also be available.
The G37 Sedan will be powered by a 3.7-litre version of VQ engine family. Regularly honoured in independent awards the world over, the twin cam 24 valve V6 produces over 310PS and an impressive over 350Nm of torque. Prices for the 2009 Infiniti G37 Sedan with 7-speed automatic transmission starts at $33,250.
Infiniti, Europe’s newest premium car brand, has launched an internet based ‘reservation list’ in response to demand from customers eager to be among the first in their country to own one of the company’s range of performance cars when deliveries start from October 2008. Potential Infiniti owners can sign up by visiting www.infiniti.eu where the list has now opened.
The process is very simple. After entering a few details, Infiniti allocates the customer a personal reservation number. This is then passed to the nearest Infiniti Centre who will contact the customer before pre-ordering opens, inviting he or she to place their order which will then be given priority. But anyone hoping to jump the queue had better sign up soon. Infiniti’s reservation list will only be open for a limited time until 30 September 2008. According to Infiniti Europe’s Marketing Director, Bastien Schupp, almost 10,000 people have already signed up on www.infiniti.eu to be an Infiniti Insider. “We’re pleased to see that excitement and anticipation are building even faster than we expected,” Schupp said.
In a document presenting the financial results for the fiscal year 2007, ending March 31, 2008, Nissan revealed plans for 2008. Nissan will launch nine all-new products during fiscal 2008: Teana, Infiniti FX, Maxima, Bakkie successor, Qashqai+2, a mini SUV, Cube, Z and Infiniti G37 Convertible.
The 2009 G37 Convertible will be inspired by the 2008 Coupe version; this means it will combine the same exhilarating performance, stunning styling and modern, sporty interior of the original Infiniti G Coupe.
Under the hood of the Convertible version we will see a 3.7 liter V6 engine with an output of 330 hp and a peak torque of 269 lbs-ft.
The Infiniti G37 Convertible will go on sale in February 2009 in the United States.
Infiniti has announced that the all new G37 will also get an AWD version. First models that will get the new system will be the 2008 M45 and the G35 Sport Sedan, followed by the G37 Coupe later on.
Infiniti today announced the MSRP for the all-new 2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe, which goes on sale August 21 at Infiniti retailers nationwide. The MSRP starts at $34,250 for the rear-wheel drive 330 hp 3.7-liter V6-equipped 2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe (with 5-speed automatic transmission); $35,000 for Infiniti G37 Coupe Journey model (with
5-speed automatic transmission); and $35,550 for the G37 Coupe Sport 6MT model (with close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission).