There will be, in fact, four saloon variants from which British customers are invited to choose from, so it perfectly fits both their taste and pockets.
The entry-level G37 now comes with standard 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle-shift, bi-Xenon adaptive cornering lights, power front seats and 18-inch alloy wheels. The Malbec Black paint finish is now available on all 2011 G models, including this version.
Next there is the G37x GT variant (priced from GBP36,538) that comes with leather trim and heated seats, as well as standard all-wheel drive. It uses the intelligent torque split ATTESA E-TS system, also fitted to the EX and FX crossovers, and the paddle-shift automatic.
Going further, next in line is the G37x GT Premium, that adds adds features such as Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC), Connectiviti+ HDD satnav, 30 GB Music Box, Bose 10-speaker sound system, reversing camera and a sunroof, for a starting price of GBP40,264.
Finally, the top-of-the range G37 S Premium (priced from GBP40,574) comes with a combination of rear-wheel drive, 4-Wheel Active Steer, Viscous Limited Slip Differential, sports suspension and enhanced braking. This variant also adds leather covered sports seats, Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC), Connectiviti+ HDD satnav, 30 GB Music Box and Bose sound system, among others.