The Japanese luxury automaker Infiniti will bring a drop top version of the popular G37 coupe to market in 2010. The G37 Convertible is powered by a 3.7 Liter VQ V6 with Nissan’s Variable Valve Event and Lift (VVEL) to produce a maximum output of 325 HP. The G37 Convertible Sport with a six speed manual transmission includes sport tuned steering and larger sport brakes, along with a set of 19 inch aluminum alloys wrapped in W rated performance rubber.

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. The new G37 Convretible is already on sale and starts at $44,350 for the seven speed automatic version and goes up to $46,950 for the six speed sport version, allowing owners to enjoy the thrill of open air motoring in a premium Japanese sport coupe.

Press release after the jump.

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Press release

Infiniti today announced U.S. pricing on the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible, which is on sale now at Infiniti retailers nationwide. The G Convertible features a number of significant enhancements for its second model year, including a revised interior, upgraded navigation and entertainment systems, power-folding outside mirrors and the addition of the previous Premium Package equipment as standard for the G Convertible Sport 6MT model (a $3,050 value).

The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP)* for the two available 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible models are: G37 Convertible (7AT) $44,350 USD and G37 Convertible Sport 6MT $46,950 USD.

New Features 


  • USB Connectivity
  • Automatic anti-glare inside mirror with HomeLink® Universal Transceiver
  • Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System
  • Power-folding outside mirrors
  • Premium Package content now standard ? a $3,050 value ? including Bose® Open Air Sound System with 13 speakers and 2GB Music Box, driver?s seat memory system, climate controlled front seats with cooling feature, power tilt and telescopic steering wheel and steering column, driver?s seat power lumbar support and rear sonar system
  • USB Connectivity
  • Automatic anti-glare inside mirror with HomeLink® Universal Transceiver
  • Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System
  • Power-folding outside mirrors

"For 2010, we?ve added significant enhancements to both G Convertible models and added the high-value Premium Package content to the Sport 6MT model for the convenience of our buyers," said Ben Poore, vice president, Infiniti Business Unit. "And, when you compare popularly equipped models between this year and last, the Sport 6MT costs exactly the same as the 2009 model, despite the additional features."

All 2010 Infiniti G Convertibles are equipped with a three-piece power retractable hardtop that?s designed to look as good with the top up as down and an advanced 325-horsepower 3.7-liter V6 with VVEL (for Variable Valve Event and Lift). Enhancements for every 2010 G Convertible include a predominately white color scheme for the gauges and LCD instrument display and one new exterior color, Graphite Shadow. The available Infiniti Navigation System now includes enhanced graphics, XM NavWeather? with Real-Time Weather and 3-day forecast information (in addition to XM NavTraffic?), Zagat Survey® restaurant reviews, Streaming Audio via Bluetooth® and digital video file playback from USB Flash Drive. Also added are new available high-gloss Maple interior trim accents and a new center console design for automatic transmission-equipped models.

The inviting G Convertible interior includes standard leather-appointed seating and an available Bose® Open Air Sound System that dynamically changes equalization based on outside noise, vehicle speed, and top position, and an adaptive climate control system that adjusts fan speed in accordance to top position and vehicle speed. Technology features include standard RearView Monitor and available rain-sensing flat blade front wipers, Pre-Crash Seat Belts and Intelligent Cruise Control with Preview Braking. The G37 Convertible Sport 6MT includes sport-tuned steering and larger sport brakes, along with 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels and W-rated performance tires.

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  (683) posted on 10.7.2011

This convertible car was already stunning and looking so fabulous on its sleek body paint. I’m also glad that it only had a reasonable price. smiley I’m just curious if it had some advanced technologies?

  (474) posted on 09.15.2011

V6 engine is not so powerful. That’s why I don’t think it will give a better and impressive performance on this G37 convertible, but I’m impressed with the looks of it.

  (473) posted on 09.12.2011

The glossy color blue is impressive and they are right that it gives the classy and awesome looks on this convertible car but I think that V6 engine will give a powerful and remarkable performance.

  (555) posted on 03.23.2010

I’ve told you the shiny color makes your brand stand out. Perfect body structure. Its an awesome creation.

  (647) posted on 03.8.2010

I really like this one it’s not too much spacious but comfort is there and its classy.

  (544) posted on 02.24.2010

It sure does look good to me. But really its very expensive. There’s only a few person who can afford that beauty. Another disappointment for me.

  (534) posted on 02.9.2010

Isn’t it just a little bit too expensive? I mean who would pay (except for the super rich dudes) for a 40 grand convertible that is known for being a coupe?

  (708) posted on 02.9.2010

pretty tight and rigid, although neither door closes with a particularly good-sounding "thump"; it’s more of a hollow crunch. The G37 sure does look good, in any case, and that’s the main concern of convertible buyers,

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