Infiniti G37 Coupe Performance Version Uncovered

Last week, we reported that Infiniti’s U.S. website revealed a teaser showing a coupe model, with no additional information being available.

Fortunately, it seems like the aura of mystery didn’t last too much, as the teased vehicle has now been caught undisguised. A worldcarfans reader managed to catch a special version of the G37 coupe on the street, days before the vehicle is set to make its debut at the Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance.

Actually, the company mentioned that it will showcase a sports model at the event back in May, but back then, it offered nothing but a teaser that, just like the more recent one, was way to vague to reveal any info about the model.

The automotive producer is planing to give the G37 coupe a performance edge. Actually this is an excellent idea, as the vehicle always seems like it could use a little bit of extra spice in terms of dynamics to be able to offer a proper performance experience.

But let’s move on to the details. The vehicle caught in the spy pics comes with a refreshed front fascia, using a redesigned bumper. In other words, the lower side of the front bumper comes with a bold design that shows three clearly differentiated sections. The bumper also includes larger air intakes and features a black honeycomb mesh.

The vehicle will also receive as set of sporty-design changes at the back. The car rides on special rims that use a 19 inch size and are wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza 245/40 tires.

Let’s hope that Infiniti has also decided to offer serious technical improvements to the G37 Coupe Performance model.
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