Infiniti found the perfect way to promote their latestIPL G Coupe: put it to race again a helicopter. So, the recipe is like this: take one IPL G Coupe, put former IndyCar driver Scott Goodyear behind the wheel, find a closed race track and a helicopter and "hit the road!"

We will not ruin the surprise and reveal who won the race, but we will tell you this: Scott Goodyear was very impressed about the car. And after all why not? The ILP G Copue is powered by a 3.7-liter V6 engine that delivers a total of 348 HP and 276 lb-ft of torque. it comes equipped with a dramatic front and rear bumper/fascia design with integrated fog lights and black finishers, sculpted side sills, rear spoiler, chrome exhaust tips, but also exclusive 19-inch IPL split 7-spoke graphite-finish wheels.

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4 comments:

  (460) posted on 03.14.2011

Aesthetically i’m not a fan of their car because the lines are contemporary.
And I think Nissan has the best engineering of all the cars!

  (38) posted on 01.24.2011

That helicopter wasn’t even going full speed, in fact, you could see him pull up to slow down several times. He was more concerned with getting the tv shots than any kind of race. The wide sweeping turns in a helicopter that can turn on a dime area dead giveaway, too. This was a cheap attempt at a "Top Gear" type spectacle that just comes off looking fake and desperate.

  (777) posted on 01.24.2011

The ILP G Copue is powered by a 3.7-liter V6 engine that delivers a total of 348 HP and 276 lb-ft of torque. it comes equipped with a dramatic front and
rear bumper/fascia design

  (714) posted on 01.23.2011

Infiniti found the perfect way to promote their latest IPL G Coupe: put it to race again a helicopter. Go find a closed race track and a helicopter
and "hit the road!"

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