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.
Also at the Infiniti M launch was the 2010 Infiniti G37, which follows its big brother with a lower profile nose and headlights lower to the ground as, according to one Infiniti exec, "God intended them."
It'll be called the Infiniti G-something here in the US, but the 2012 Nissan Skyline Coupe will debut late in 2011. Rumor has it there'll be a hybrid powertrain underhood. Hopefully it doesn't closely resemble these drawings. [4WheelsNews]
What better way to celebrate the Infiniti's 20th anniversary than to hire Canadian artist Heidi Taillefer to paint an Infiniti G37 in a weird organic-mechanical scheme invoking themes from Cirque du Soleil. Yeah, totally makes sense to us.