Infiniti is getting rid of random letters across their range and replacing them all with the letter Q for 2014 so people aren't confused anymore.
Infinitis have become more and more curvaceous over the past few years and the next G37 looks like it is sticking to the squiggles-upon-squiggles trend.
No, Infiniti will not get a Mercedes AMG engine for the M sedan. Why? Because of the motion of the ocean or something. [AutoNews]
A rendering of the next-generation Infiniti G37 Coupe reveals a less coupe-like and more hatchback design. It's just fanciful dreaming, though we agree with the notion that the G37 needs to further differentiate itself from the Nissan 370Z. [AutoMotorUndSport (Translated)]
Is excitement just $2,300 too expensive? The new Infiniti G25 sedan assumes so. That's the price difference between the 2.5-liter V6-powered 218-hp G25 and the 328-hp G37. Conversely, it makes the G37 seem like a performance bargain.
Infiniti recently filed a trademark for the names "IPL" and "Infiniti Performance Line" for an upcoming AMG-like division offering "high-performance motor vehicle parts." It could launch as early as this summer. Twin-turbocharged G37S anyone?
Although the driving public now considers $3 gasoline to be normal, another "gas crisis" is inevitable. To help you avoid a knee-jerk beige-buying reaction, we've assembled this list of fun and fuel-frugal sports cars you can buy now.
Fat people in shorts, missile testing, horse farms and fake tans. That pretty much sums up the 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible, the latest hard top convertible from Japan.
The updated 2009 Infiniti G37S Sedan was spotted yesterday by the folks at Supercars.net out Californee-way, on a golf course, sans license plates. That would make sense considering we're told to expect it to debut at the Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance this weekend. The updated G-sport sedan looks a whole lot like…