2017 Infiniti Q60 sports coupe

DETROIT – Making its world premiere at the 2016 North American International Auto Show, the new Infiniti Q60 is a premium sports coupe that combines expressive design with exhilarating performance and dynamics.

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The Q60’s bold exterior – lower and wider than predecessors – expresses a powerful elegance through its daring proportions and taut, muscular lines. Dynamic enhancements, including an all-new lightweight and sophisticated 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo engine, together with new adaptive steering and digital suspension systems, result in a premium sports coupe designed and engineered to perform.

The high performance 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo engine from the new and exclusive “VR” powertrain family is born out of the brand’s extensive in-house experience of six-cylinder powertrain development. The new engine has been engineered to empower the driver and offer increased power and torque with high levels of efficiency. This new “VR30” engine comes in two power ratings: 300 horsepower or 400 horsepower, with the latter offering one of the best power-to-efficiency ratios in the premium sports coupe class.

A four-cylinder 2.0-liter gasoline engine, turbocharged to produce 208 horsepower, is also available in the Q60.

Power is channeled through the Q60’s rear wheels for optimal dynamic response and to benefit steering feel. The available rear-biased Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system provides enhanced stability and road holding in low-grip conditions.

The Q60 has been engineered to deliver a truly engaging sports coupe experience, with a unique balance of ride comfort and agile handling. Complementing this position is Infiniti’s new Dynamic Digital Suspension, which has been designed to offer best-in-class handling responses and agility, and enhanced ride comfort – thanks, in part, to a dedicated new set of dampers.

In addition, Infiniti’s second-generation Direct Adaptive Steering offers high levels of steering feel and feedback, and the Drive Mode Selector gives drivers the option to personalize and tailor the steering’s precise levels of response and feel to suit their own preferences.

“The Infiniti Q60 conveys a powerful elegance through its daring design, and has the performance credentials to match – thanks to next-generation ride and handling technologies and up to 400 horsepower. The Q60 will affirm Infiniti’s leadership in the premium sports coupe class.
Roland Krueger, President of Infiniti

Infiniti Q60: a leader in the sports coupe segment
The world premiere of the new Q60 premium sports coupe comes at a time of rapid growth for Infiniti, released in the midst of an intense global launch period. Infiniti sold a record 215,250 new vehicles in 2015, a 16 percent increase over the previous year.

On sale late summer 2016, the Q60 will play an important role in the brand’s global growth and re-ignite its presence in the premium sports coupe segment.

Infiniti has been at the forefront of the sports coupe class, thanks to the G35 and G37, launched in 2002 and 2008, respectively. The first-generation G35 presented a blend of class-leading dynamics and eye-catching looks – and Infiniti development teams have designed and engineered the third-generation Q60 sports coupe according to the same principles.

As such, Infiniti expects the Q60 to establish the brand as a leader in the global premium sports coupe segment.

The new Q60, our third-generation sports coupe, will ensure Infiniti’s position as a leader in the segment. Premium customers around the globe love a sports coupe that offers power, performance and prestige – and the Q60 delivers on all three fronts.”
Francois Bancon, Infiniti Vice President Product Strategy

Powerful, elegant and daring new design
The Q60 employs signature Infiniti design cues to communicate dynamism through powerful elegance, representing a daring visual expression of the car’s performance potential.

“The design carries an elegance that contrasts and gives tonality to its powerful character, expressed through flexed muscles and tension suggested in the sculpture. The Q60 surfaces exude a sense of fluid movement.”
Alfonso Albaisa, Infiniti Executive Design Director

The production version of the Q60 has remained faithful to the concept design thanks to a unique deep-body stamping process that enables Infiniti to maintain the bold lines and sharp angles of the original creative vision.

Signature design cues ensure Q60 remains instantly recognizable as an Infiniti model, such as the double-arch grille and the crescent-shaped C-pillars that arc forward and emphasize the car’s “in-motion” appearance. LED headlights, employing Light Guide Technology to spread light evenly on the road ahead, are designed to emulate the shape of the human eyelid, providing an alluring “face” to the car. The deep grille is inset from the body, communicating a strong connection to the twin-turbo V6 engine.

Increased exterior dimensions, versus the previous generation, and a striking silhouette emphasize the Q60’s position as a powerful sports coupe. The Q60’s aggressive stance gives a greater impression of stability and in-control driving potential, while its lower center of gravity has a positive overall effect on driving dynamics.

The Q60 features newly designed 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels as standard, and, for the first time on an Infiniti sports coupe, optional 20-inch wheels are also available in some markets, further referencing the Q60’s performance promise. Select Sport models have wider wheels and tires at the rear, contributing to a more aggressive stance while also improving handling with a higher capacity for lateral G-forces. The wheel gaps – the spaces between tires and wheel arches – are tighter than ever, further lowering the visual volume of the car and giving it a low, powerful stance.

Aerodynamic efficiency was a major consideration for Infiniti’s design and engineering teams. The Q60’s drag coefficient of 0.28 was made possible, in part, by the car’s new design, intended to keep the vehicle stable at high speeds and in crosswind conditions. Vents in the front fenders direct air out of the engine bay while the Q60’s hood is also shaped to reduce drag.

Q60 models with the new V6 engine feature an Active Grille Shutter to balance the engine’s cooling requirements with the desire to enhance aerodynamics. Under normal use, the shutter remains closed, opening when greater performance is required. Relatively narrow door-mounted side mirrors accentuate the Q60’s low stance and sleek coupe looks, and are designed to improve the flow of air down the flanks of the vehicle, while maintaining a wide angle of rear visibility for the driver.

A tailored approach for a driver-centric interior
“Interior artistry for Infiniti is about a fitted, personal approach. We modeled the Q60’s interior around the concept of a ‘driver’s glove’ – the driver is always comfortable and the cabin is tailored for them.”
Alfonso Albaisa, Infiniti Executive Design Director

The driver-centric approach continues inside the Q60, with all-new interior trims featuring high-end accents and bold, modern-looking materials. The base model gets aluminum trim, while a black wood option is also available. Sport and Premium models are available with carbon-fiber highlights, while versions with white or red leather seating receive a silver glass fiber accent.

High-contrast stitching throughout the cabin increases the premium ambience and feeling of quality in the Q60’s interior.

New V6 powertrain technology delivers exhilarating performance
The new range of engines available in the Q60 complements the direct and agile ride and handling characteristics of the premium sports coupe for an exhilarating drive. Three power units are available – and all offer instant power delivery, smooth responses to driver inputs, high performance output, and mechanical efficiency.

The all-new 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo engine, from the new “VR” powertrain family, has been developed to deliver optimal power and torque for an engine of its size, alongside greater fuel efficiency. The high-output version of the V6 delivers 400 horsepower (298 kW, 405 ps) at 6,400 rpm and 350 lb-ft (475 Nm) maximum torque at 1,600-5,200 rpm; while the 300 horsepower (224 kW, 304 ps) version (at 6,400 rpm) produces 295 lb-ft (400 Nm) torque at 1,600-5,200rpm.

These outputs have been achieved while delivering efficiency: 23 mpg (U.S.) and 154 g/km CO2 (estimated) for the 300 horsepower version, and 22 mpg (U.S.) and 206 g/km CO2 (estimated) for the 400 horsepower model – with the latter offering one of the best power-to-efficiency ratios in the premium sports coupe class.

This power-to-efficiency performance was made possible thanks to a set of newly developed powertrain features, including an advanced new twin-turbo system which enables smooth and immediate responses under acceleration, while aiding efficiency.

A four-cylinder turbo-charged 2.0-liter gasoline engine is also available in the Q60, with direct injection for efficiency in all conditions. This engine delivers 208 horsepower (155 kW, 211 ps) at 5,500 rpm and 258 lb-ft (350 Nm) maximum torque at 1,500 rpm. A high-pressure direct injection with piezoelectric injectors delivers fuel to the engine in precise amounts for greater fuel efficiency – 24 mpg (U.S.) and 154 g/km (estimated) CO2.

Empowering performance from innovative technology
The Q60 sports coupe has been engineered to deliver a truly engaging sports coupe experience as standard, offering a unique balance of ride comfort and agile handling that has become synonymous with the Infiniti brand. Enhancing this position, the Q60 has been fitted with a range of new and innovative driving technologies to deliver empowering performance and a personalized experience behind the wheel.

Chief among these is Infiniti’s second-generation Direct Adaptive Steering. Available on models equipped with the 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo engine, the system has undergone significant re-tuning to enhance steering feel and feedback, while making it possible for the driver to further customize the steering performance according to personal preferences.

Direct Adaptive Steering transmits the driver’s input to the wheels faster than a mechanical system while requiring fewer steering corrections.  The new system quickly and intelligently communicates feedback about road surface and chassis behavior, while also reducing unwanted steering feel typically generated by a conventional steering system. This instills secure and confident steering feel for the Q60 driver, while also reducing fatigue.

The wide range of steering customization within Direct Adaptive Steering is accessed through the Drive Mode Selector. Through menus displayed in the upper screen of the Q60’s Infiniti InTuition system, Drive Mode Selector allows the steering response to be selected from six available options: “Customize,” “Standard,” “Snow,” “Eco,” “Sport,” and – new for certain models – “Sport+.”

The Standard mode has been tuned to represent the core performance of the Q60 – offering drivers Infiniti’s unique blend of enhanced ride comfort and agile handling as a default setting. Appropriate for the needs of premium coupe drivers, the Customize steering mode also allows for a high degree of fine tuning. Drivers first select one of three core “Modes” (Standard, Sport and Sport+) and then specify their preferred level of “Response” (Default, Dynamic and Dynamic+). For the highest level of assistance and ultimate sports coupe driving experience, the Q60 driver would choose Sport+ mode with Dynamic+ response – making best use of the Direct Adaptive Steering technology.

The Sport mode enhances the response of Direct Adaptive Steering, elevating the steering effort required while reducing the required steering movement from lock to lock. In the new Sport+ mode, steering effort remains the same as Sport mode, but the response of the steering is further increased, with an even quicker steering ratio for precise performance.

Infiniti Q60 models equipped with the new 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo engine feature standard Rack Electronic Power Steering. This all-new system provides a linear and in-control driving experience that can be tuned through the Drive Mode Selector.

When making a steering input or returning the steering wheel following an input, traditional assisted steering systems can create an unnatural feeling through imprecise control of the power assistance, reducing the feeling of linearity. To counter this, Infiniti’s Rack Electronic Power Steering precisely increases the steering effort required as the vehicle’s yaw rate changes, before adjusting to provide more assistance when the wheel returns towards on-center.

The four-cylinder turbo-charged Q60 models are equipped with a speed-sensitive hydraulic electronic rack-and-pinion power steering system as standard. This increases assistance at low speeds and reduces assistance for enhanced feel and response at higher speeds.

A choice of two suspension systems allow the driver to tailor a dynamic response from the Q60 that best suits a personal driving style. The standard suspension ensures a low level of road noise and minimal intrusion of unwanted vibrations, while allowing for more direct and linear handling response. Suspension link layouts and bushings have been modified specifically for their application in the Q60, while shock absorbers are relocated for optimized sports coupe ride and handling.

An all-new electronic suspension system, Dynamic Digital Suspension, comes standard on the Q60 Sport grades and has been designed to offer best-in-class handling responses and agility, and enhanced ride comfort – thanks to software and hardware upgrades, including a dedicated new set of dampers. Drivers can change the focus of the suspension from a comfort-biased ride to one which offers more dynamic responses, by placing the electronically adjustable shock absorbers in either Sport or Sport+ modes (adjusted via the Drive Mode Selector), providing firmer damping control for more agile handling. While in these modes, the suspension is constantly adjusting to provide ideal performance and a level ride.

The Q60’s seven-speed automatic transmission has been engineered with gear ratios spaced to allow for responsive, direct acceleration. Adaptive Shift Control (ASC) uses a lateral acceleration sensor to detect topographical changes in the road, such as hills or corners, and enhances gear selection patterns according to the changing conditions. ASC also allows the transmission to observe driving behaviors and adapt shifts to driver feedback.

In Sport mode, drivers can select a more aggressive shift pattern, holding on to gears longer to tap into the engine’s maximum performance reserves at higher revolutions. In all instances, the automatic transmission shifts smoothly, with less performance-focused modes giving the car a more relaxed gait for everyday conditions.

The Q60’s available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system provides enhanced stability for greater road holding in low-grip conditions, distributing torque 50:50 between front and rear wheels in its default setting. If the car detects that the extra traction isn’t immediately required, the system will revert to 100 percent rear-wheel drive, redistributing power to each of the four wheels as conditions change or if it detects a momentary loss of traction.

High-tech features offer maximum comfort, convenience and safety
Technological innovation means maximum comfort and convenience levels in the cabin of the Q60 premium sports coupe, providing a refined and contemporary space for driver and passengers alike.

Infiniti engineers have ensured Q60’s noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) levels are among the best in the segment. In particular, NVH has been improved with the adoption of greater suspension insulation and stiffer cross-members, as well as wheel spokes designed to dampen vibrations. Active Noise Cancellation is fitted to all Q60 models, effectively preventing negative engine noise frequencies from intruding on the calm of the cabin.

Making its world debut in a production vehicle, the Q60 will be fitted with an all-new 13-speaker, Bose® Performance Series sound system, a class-leading audio set-up which has been tailored to the acoustics of the Q60’s cabin. Matched with Q60’s noise cancelling technology, the fully-immersive Bose® audio system transforms the cabin into the driver’s very own audio haven.

High-back, highly-bolstered seats accentuate the Q60’s in-control driving experience. The highly ergonomic seats are designed to offer greater thigh, lumbar and lateral support, keeping occupants in place during more enthusiastic driving. Infiniti’s hallmark “spinal support” seats have been carefully engineered to match the curvature of the spine, providing a consistent level of support and minimizing pressure on lower and upper back muscles. The supportive seats reduce the spinal curvature that many traditional seats force occupants to adopt, with a more even alignment between chest and pelvis, while extensive upper body support spreads the occupants’ weight more evenly all the way up the seat.

The Q60 comes standard with Infiniti’s InTuition central control system, the latest generation of the company’s advanced infotainment set-up. Upgraded with a faster processor than earlier editions of the technology, InTuition allows occupants to personalize the interior environment of the Q60 according to their preferences, with fully adjustable temperature, seating positions, audio-visual settings, navigation and more.

Infiniti’s comprehensive approach to safety is evident throughout the Q60 premium sports coupe, instilling confidence in the driver and their passengers. The active and passive safety technologies include Around View® Monitor, Intelligent Cruise Control with Distance Control Assist, Forward Emergency Braking with pedestrian detection, Lane Departure Prevention, Blind Spot Intervention and Backup Collision Intervention.

The new Infiniti Q60 sports coupe goes on sale in selected markets later in 2016.

Infiniti Brings Home the Gold

Infiniti IPL G CoupeWith the 2012 Summer Olympics in full swing, we’re all focused on winning. That’s why Grubbs Infiniti is pleased to announce that the Infiniti IPL G Coupe took home the gold from Total Car Score.  Total Car Score is one of the most comprehensive automotive ranking and comparison websites and they recently announced their list of the Top 10 High-Performance Cars for 2012.

 Infiniti was Number One.

The high-performance cars on this list come from a wide variety of vehicle types, including street-ready muscle cars, high-performance luxury sedans, and even a full-sized racing truck.

“High-performance cars still matter,” said Karl Brauer, CEO of Total Car Score. “Performance cars are often on the leading edge of vehicle research and development work, and this work eventually benefits the entire model line.”

George Grubbs III, Owner/General Manager of Grubbs Infiniti agrees. “We just keep offering better vehicles every year. Infiniti is on the cutting edge of technology and we see amazing advances every time they release a new car. Our customers are excited when they take a test drive. We’ve spent a lot of time training our staff so they truly understand and can convey all the new features offered. It’s a great time to be an Infiniti partner.”

Total Car Score’s ranking of the top high-performance models for 2012 is based on the website’s aggregate scoring model that incorporates the car reviews and rankings of top automotive authorities. Here’s what they had to say about the Infiniti IPL G Coupe:

Infiniti IPL G Coupe – Total Car Score: 85.21, MPG 19-22 Combined

The 2012 Infiniti IPL G Coupe earns one of the highest Total Car Scores in the Luxury High-Performance segment, which is quite a feat considering that other cars in the category include the BMW M3 and the Boxster and Cayman from Porsche, Brauer said.

Grubbs Infiniti welcomes you to visit and take a test drive. Find out more at www.GrubbsInfiniti.com

Compare Infiniti Models to Competitors

When you are looking for a new or pre-owned vehicle, being able to compare multiple models at once is key to making sure you choose the right vehicle for you and your family.  One of the features that you can find on the Infiniti website is a page that allows you to compare any Infiniti model you choose and with competitor’s models.

At Grubbs Infiniti we want you to have as much information as you need to choose the Infiniti that’s right for you. If you have additional questions about how Infiniti models compare to other vehicles our sales team is well versed in not just Infinitis but our competitor’s vehicles as well.  Try it out..

Infiniti Timeline on Wikipedia

While looking for some information on the evolution of the Infiniti QX56 I came across a great info graphic on Wikipedia that details the Timeline of all Infiniti vehicles.

If you have ever seen an Infiniti G20 or Infiniti Q45 and wondered what ever  happened to that model you can see on the Timeline when it was introduced, phased out or transitioned to a new model.

This Timeline of Infiniti vehicles has links to each vehicle’s Wikipedia page and some great information about each vehicle.  Check out the original Wikipedia page for the image with the links embedded.



Here are a few of the links to some of the other popular Infiniti pages on Wikipedia:

World’s First Backup Collision Intervention Technology: Infiniti JX Luxury Crossover, IPL G Convertible

Two New Performance Luxury Vehicles Set to Join the Infiniti Lineup in Spring 2012, Backup Collision Intervention System Joins List of Infiniti Innovations –

Hindsight may be 20-20, but only the innovative Backup Collision Intervention system, introduced by Infiniti today at the Los Angeles Auto Show, has the ability to detect vehicular cross traffic and other rearward objects while backing up and, if necessary, will automatically apply the brakes to help prevent a collision.

The Backup Collision Intervention system, the latest of many advanced safety and security systems brought to market first in recent years by Infiniti, will be available in spring 2012 on the all-new 2013 Infiniti JX luxury crossover. The 2013 Infiniti JX luxury crossover was unveiled today, along with the new 2013 IPL G Convertible, during a press conference at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Both the Infiniti JX and IPL G Convertible will be on display at the Los Angeles Convention Center when the show opens to the public on Friday, Nov. 18th.  The show runs through Sunday, Nov. 27th. Also on display will be the complete line of 2012 Infiniti vehicles.

“The Los Angeles Auto Show is the perfect venue to host the world debuts of these important new additions to the Infiniti portfolio,” said Infiniti Vice President Ben Poore.  “They represent two different aspects of our line – our first entry into the growing 7-passenger luxury crossover segment and a performance four-seat luxury convertible – yet both are pure Infiniti, challenging the status quo in their respective categories.”

The Infiniti JX – A Bold New Expression of 7-Passenger Luxury

As a fresh alternative to the many flavors of vanilla currently dominating the luxury crossover segment, the stylish Infiniti JX is designed to excel in the areas that luxury crossover buyers desire most – interior flexibility and roominess, safety, and advanced hospitality features.

The JX offers real 3-row utility, plus all the premium features, performance and innovations that Infiniti is known for worldwide.  Along with its standout styling and craftsmanship, the breakthrough JX design offers excellent legroom in all three rows and ample cargo room behind the 3rd row.  In addition, an innovative multi-mode middle seat design provides entry to the 3rd row without removing a 2nd row child seat.

The JX also continues Infiniti’s tradition of developing world’s first technologies, adding a new feature, Backup Collision Intervention (BCI), to the currently available Blind Spot Intervention™ (BSI) system and Around View™ Monitor.  With this technology, when the transmission is in reverse, the JX will help the driver detect crossing vehicles and objects behind the JX and, if necessary, the system can automatically engage the brakes to help avoid a collision.

Among the many other advanced standard and available technologies found throughout the new JX is Infiniti Connection™, a new feature that can automatically synch the owner’s schedule through Google Calendar™ and then provides navigation guidance to appointments – along with multiple other functions. The Infiniti Connection™ system also includes Infiniti Personal Assistant, which offers owners 24-hour personal concierge services, such as arranging dinner reservations, flight changes, or purchase of anniversary gifts, from inside or outside of their Infiniti vehicle.

Offered in both front-wheel drive and with Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, the Infiniti JX comes with a standard 265-horsepower 3.5-liter DOHC V6 mated to a sport-tuned Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) to provide high responsiveness and seamless, efficient shifting feel.

The JX is the first Infiniti to utilize a fuel-efficient CVT, addressing the growing desire among luxury crossover drivers to have both responsive performance and good fuel efficiency.  Fuel economy is expected to be rated at 23 mpg Highway.

The Infiniti JX starts at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $40,450 USD for the JX35 FWD and $41,550 USD for the JX35 AWD model.  Reservations are being taken now at InfinitiUSA.com/all-new-JX.

IPL G Convertible – Seductive Open-Air Style, Enhanced Performance

The 2013 IPL G Convertible, the second model in the Infiniti Performance Line lineup, unleashes performance from a top-down, wide-open, wind-in-your-face perspective.

Like the standard Infiniti G37 Convertible that serves as its foundation, the new IPL G Convertible combines seductive style with a highly engaging driving experience.  The IPL G Convertible’s VQ37HR 3.7-liter V6 engine generates 343 horsepower – an increase of 18 horsepower over the non-IPL G Convertible models – and 273 lb-ft of torque (+6 lb-ft).  It is available with an electronically controlled 7-speed automatic transmission with Downshift Rev Matching and magnesium paddle shifters. The enhancements are not limited to engine performance only.  The IPL G Convertible also features an IPL-tuned suspension and Sport brakes.

Exterior modifications over the stock Infiniti G Convertible include a dramatic front bumper/fascia design with integrated fog lights and black finishers, sculpted side sills and chrome exhaust tips.  Exclusive 19-inch IPL split 7-spoke graphite-finish wheels and low-profile W-rated Bridgestone Potenza RE050A performance tires add a confident stance and road-ready attitude, while its two available exterior colors, Moonlight White and Malbec Black, add to its exclusive jewel-like presence.

The IPL G Convertible’s interior is similarly offered in just two color treatments – Stone and IPL-exclusive Monaco Red – and include red-stitched leather-appointed front sport seats with manual thigh extension and driver’s power torso and thigh support adjustment, red-stitched steering wheel, Silk Obi aluminum trim, power tilt/telescopic steering wheel, iPod interface, IPL-embroidered front seatback and front floor mats, and aluminum trimmed pedals and footrest.

Other standard IPL G Convertible interior features include a 13-speaker Bose® Open Air sound system, Climate-controlled front seats, Infiniti Hard Drive Navigation System, Infiniti Voice Recognition for audio navigation, memory system for driver’s seat, steering wheel and outside mirrors, RearView Monitor and Rear Sonar System.

The IPL G Convertible is scheduled to go on sale at Infiniti retailers nationwide in spring 2012.

“With the addition of the new Infiniti JX luxury crossover and IPL G Convertible to our current Infiniti G, Infiniti M, EX, FX and QX models, Infiniti continues to offer one of the freshest and most inspired performance luxury lineups in the business,” said Poore.  “Discerning luxury buyers have more reasons than ever to come experience Infiniti’s Inspired Performance and our welcoming standard of customer care.”

Buyer’s Guide: 2012 Infiniti G

NEW FOR 2012:

– Convertible receives wider rear track, modified rear suspension, rear pop-up roll bars and available Bose front-seat speakers and climate-controlled front seats

For 2012, there are no changes to the Infiniti G sedan or coupe. The convertible receives suspension changes of a wider rear track and modified rear suspension, and its interior includes a pop-up rear roll bar. Also available on the convertible are climate-controlled front seats and Bose front speakers.

The G lineup consists of sedan, coupe and convertible models. The “x” in the name indicates all-wheel drive; otherwise, the configuration is rear-wheel drive.

The G sedan includes the G25 and G25x sedan, with 2.5-litre V6 and seven-speed automatic transmission; the G37x and G37x Sport with 3.7-litre V6 and seven-speed automatic transmission; and the G37 Sport 6MT with 3.7-litre V6 and six-speed manual transmission.

The G Coupe comes as the G37, G37x and G37 Sport, with 3.7-litre V6 and seven-speed automatic, as the G37 Sport 6MT with 3.7-litre V6 and six-speed manual transmission, and as the IPL Coupe, which builds on the G37 Sport 6MT.

The G Convertible comes as the Sport and Premier, with 3.7-litre V6 and seven-speed automatic transmission, and as the Sport 6MT with 3.7-litre V6 and six-speed manual transmission.

Features on the G25 sedan include 17-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, bi-xenon headlamps, fog lights, LED taillights, heated mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, aluminum door sill plates, Intelligent Key with pushbutton ignition, front auto up/down windows, illuminated vanity mirrors, locking trunk pass-through, floor mats, electroluminescent gauges, tilt and telescopic leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, multifunction trip computer, Infiniti Controller with seven-inch colour display, cruise control, eight-way heated leather seats, power sunroof, CD/DVD/MP3 stereo with USB port, XM satellite radio, security system and tire pressure monitoring system.

The G25x adds iPod interface, automatic headlamps, auto-dimming rearview mirror with compass, rearview monitor and Bluetooth connectivity.

The G37x is equipped similarly to the G25x.

The G37x Sport adds 18-inch alloy wheels, unique front fascia and side sills, aluminum pedals, sport steering wheel with magnesium shift paddles, and sport seats.

The G37 Sport 6MT adds 18-inch alloy wheels, sport suspension, larger brakes, limited-slip rear differential and sport steering wheel.

Features on the G37 coupe include 18-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, automatic xenon headlamps, heated mirrors, power sunroof, eight-way power-adjustable heated leather seats with driver’s side memory, folding second-row seat back, illuminated entry, CD/MP3 stereo with auxiliary input, 2.0 GB Music Box Flash Memory Server, USB port, XM satellite radio, cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity, power tilt and telescopic leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, rain-sensing wipers, rearview monitor, auto up/down windows, Intelligent Key with pushbutton start, illuminated vanity mirrors, tire pressure monitoring system, and security alarm.

The G37 Sport coupe adds 19-inch alloy wheels, sport-tuned suspension, sport seats, magnesium paddle shifters, and aluminum pedals.

The G37 Sport 6MT coupe adds a viscous limited-slip differential and navigation system.

The G37x coupe is equipped similarly to the G37 coupe, but the sunroof is optional.

The IPL Coupe builds on the Sport coupe and adds IPL-specific front and rear fascias, side sills and spoiler, unique red upholstery and steering wheel stitching, and “Silk Obi”-finish aluminum trim.

The G37 Sport convertibles include 19-inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control, three-piece folding hard roof, automatic bi-xenon headlamps, heated mirrors, dual chrome exhaust finishers, variable speed-sensing wipers, Intelligent Key with pushbutton ignition, auto up/down windows, illuminated vanity mirrors, heated eight-way power-adjustable leather sport seats, driver’s side memory, auto-dimming rearview mirror, garage door opener, compass, aluminum sill plates, electroluminescent gauges, trip computer, seven-inch control screen, Bluetooth connectivity, power tilt and telescopic steering wheel with audio controls, Bose CD/MP3 Open Air Sound System, USB port, satellite radio, rearview monitor, rear sonar system, LED taillights, fog lights, tire pressure monitoring system and pop-up roll bars.

The Premier convertible adds red leather upholstery, climate-controlled seats, Premier Edition grille, maple wood trim, 9.3 GB Music Box hard drive system, pre-crash seatbelts and navigation system.

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