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The G-series sedan opens the model range of Infiniti cars. It first appeared in 1991 and at that time it was a more expensive version of the Nissan Primera. Its present generation (models G35 and G37) known since 2006 is now a bit modernized. The car is available in sedan, coupe and convertible modification with a folding hard top. In Infiniti G Review we are going to talk more of the cars in this range. The premiere of the second generation of Infiniti G-series coupe was held at the International Motor Show in New York in April 2007. In 2014, as part of the renaming campaign in Infiniti lineup, the car has received a new name - Q50.
The car was not radically changed: it maintains corporate design with a long bonnet and smooth (like waves of the sea) lines of the body. But in 2010 debuted a new flagship Infiniti M, and the design of G37 was updated to match the “elder brother”. That's why branded chrome false radiator grille and the shape of headlights were changed; the rare bumper and the lights are refreshed. By the way, all the G37 now have Bi-Xenon front optics, and back - LED. G37 Sport version can be traditionally identified by an aggressive front bumper, an aerodynamic body kit and rear spoiler, and also by 18-inch wheels instead of the standard 17-inch.
The cabin also looks fresh but familiar; in all versions it is trimmed in leather. The torpedo is still reminiscent of the wave, and on the center console there is an analog clock. The design of the console is slightly altered, and it is decorated with aluminum. The instrument cluster is adjustable in height together with the steering column. The dials of the speedometer and tachometer are completely new, but they preserved the pale blue light. The sport version offers seats with improved lateral support and the aluminum trim on the pedals. The basic equipment was replenished by Bose sound system and a 7-inch color monitor, and the hard disk of 30 GB appeared as an option.
All Infiniti G are equipped with only a 3.7-liter petrol V6 with variable valve timing regulation system VVEL. It develops 328 hp and its maximum torque is 365 Nm. Acceleration to 100 km / h takes approximately 6 seconds and fuel consumption in the combined cycle is 12.0 l / 100 km. Most versions are equipped with a 7-speed automatic transmission, but the G37 Sport is available with 6-speed “mechanics”. In addition to the rear-wheel drive there is an available version of the G37 X with all-wheel drive.
G37 Convertible is the first Infiniti convertible with a rigid folding roof; the European debut took place on March 3 at the Geneva Motor Show 2009. In 2014, as part of the renaming campaign in Infiniti lineup, the car has received a new name - Q60. The car is built on the V36 FM platform (the engine is located behind the bridge), equipped with a 6-cylinder V-engine series VQ 3.7-liter. The engine output is 333 hp, maximum torque of 363 Nm. Transmission is 7-speed automatic with manual shift mode, DS sport mode and function Downshift Rev MAtching. In technical terms it is not much different from the G37 Coupe.
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