Pricing for the 2010 Infiniti G37 coupe-cabrio, which is set to hit dealers this coming June 19, has been announced and the automatic version will come with a $44,715 sticker price (destination inclusive) and for the manual 6-speed version (Sport 6MT) the sticker price begins at $44,765.
For just an additional $50 you also get 19 inch wheels, 4-piston and 2-piston calipers at the front and rear, respectively, unique front face, sport seats and sport-tuned steering system.
There are also a host of options available for the G37 convertible. A premium package is also available for $3,250, or $3050 for the Sport GMT, that comes with extra luxury elements like the Open Air audio system from Bose, iPod connectivity, fronts seats equipped with climate control and front wiper that are equipped with rain-sensors.
The automatic G37 convertible also comes with a sport package that comes with a all the sporty elements from the Sport 6MT for a price of $1,350 with the premium pack and $1,550 without it.
All G37 models, without regard to options or packages chosen, will be equipped with a smooth retractable hardtop and will be powered with a 325hp 3.7-liter VQ powerplant.
The new Infiniti G37 Sedan, which features a more athletic appearance and a refreshed cabin, is now available with state-of-the-art infotainment technology. While the latest version of the Infiniti G37 Sedan is still as imposing as it is well equipped, it is now endowed with a slew of enhancements also found in the newer Infiniti vehicle.
These changes, while subtle, are effective and are as impressive as its potent engine – developing up to a whopping 320 PS (316 bhp) -- lying under the hood of the Infiniti G37 Sedan. Thanks to certain sculptural revisions, the Infiniti G37 Sedan becomes more visually related to the sportier two-door Infiniti G37 Coupé.
Additionally, the sedan version of the Infiniti G37 now features new front light clusters with bi-Xenon adaptive cornering headlights as standard equipment. It also features a reinterpretation of the double-arch Infiniti grille, as well as a redesigned under-bumper section with recessed, wide-set fog lights.
Its predecessor had the fog lights set into the main light clusters. Apart from these subtle changes, the body of the 2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan practically remains the same – as it still features its trademark long bonnet and raked-back A pillars as well as imposing athletic stance.
Of course, revisions, albeit subtle, are also implemented inside this new premium sedan from Infiniti. For example, the cabin's leather hues are now slightly lighter, and customers could avail of the optional Wheat leather color combined with a black dashboard and upper door trims.
Moreover, the cabin's Rosewood interior accents now feature a high gloss. Remarkably, the interior of the 2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan features a new aluminum trim design reminiscent of Japanese calligraphy.
Equally remarkable is its redesigned center console that is derived from the EX and FX crossovers. To augment the design unity and legibility of the gauges and LCD instrument display, they now feature a white background color.