Infiniti G37 Convertible European Specs and Photos

Japanese manufacturer Infiniti has released the official details of the G37 Convertible for the European market. The vehicle will be offered in two equipment versions, both fitted with the same engine.

The power unit underneath the hood of the G37 is a 3.7l V8 petrol engine, developing 320 PS. It takes the G37 6.2 seconds to jump from naught to sixty and it keeps going until it reaches a electronically limited top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h). The engine is mated either to a seven speed automatic transmission or a manual one.

The trim levels of the G37 Convertible begin with the entry level GT version. The equipment level includes features such as 19 inch alloy wheels, leather seats, active cornering Bi-Xenon headlamps and LED rears, dual-zone adaptive climate control with automatic air recirculation, Infiniti Intelligent Key, as well as heated and electrically adjustable front seats.

For infotainment purposes, the Infiniti G37 GT comes equipped with the Connectiviti system. It includes a seven-speaker audio system with CD player with MP3 disc compatibility as well as a 2GB Music Box and iPod/USB compatibility, Bluetooth phone connection with voice controls, parking sensors and a rear view camera.

The second trim level, the GT Premium, adds the Connectiviti+ infotainment system. That is an additional 30Gb HDD navigation system with a 3D Points of Interest information bank supplied by Michelin Green Guide. The Premium also offers electric leather front seats with memory function.

Despite the fact that it offers only 2 trim levels, the Infiniti G37 convertible comes in no less then 48 different colors. The price tag for the G37 starts at 52,600 euro (3,000 more for the premium version) and deliveries are expected to begin in September.
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