2011 Infiniti G37 Coupe S Premium UK pricing announced

Article by Christian A., on March 10, 2011

The British division of Infiniti has revealed pricing details of the G37 in coupe body style from the 2011 model year G line-up, which is now available in Europe. Three coupe variants will be available in the UK, all automatic and rear-wheel drive. Priced from GBP36,319, the entry-level G37 GT Coupe offers new body colors and a new design of the 18-inch alloy wheel.

All coupe versions are offered with Malbec Black and Lapis Blue paint options, including this one.

Infiniti said that both new colors are Scratch Shield which erases the fine marks. Options include the Multimedia system (satnav, Bose, reversing camera, HDD Music Box) at £2400. With a starting price of GBP38,207, the G37 S Coupe features a 2011-spec standard rear spoiler.

It also features Infiniti’s latest design of 19-inch alloy wheel. The S on the name means that it will get 4-Wheel Active Steer, Viscous Limited Slip Differential, sports suspension and enhanced braking.

The G37 S Premium Coupe, which is priced from GBP41,395, has all the handling modifications from the S model as well as the innovative and user-friendly Connectiviti+ multimedia package comprising HDD satnav with 3D graphics, voice command and access to Michelin Guide information. It has also been fitted with the 30 GB Music Box and Bose sound system, and Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC).

Compared to other luxury vehicles in the market, Infiniti’s G models come in a wider range of choices, including convertible, coupé and saloon body styles, all-wheel drive or rear-wheel-drive and features like a 4-Wheel Active Steer.

Now, the 2011 model range is offered in Europe, meant to provide customers with clearer choices due to the simplified range that comes with some options together with a lot of standard equipment. All models in the V6 line-up come standard with a 7-speed adaptive automatic transmission that has steering wheel paddle-shift for accurate manual control whenever needed or if the mood calls for it.

To match the more tailored models, there are brand-new alloy wheel designs for the convertible and coupé versions, a standard rear spoiler on the coupé s as well as new body colors for each model like the popular Malbec Black, which first appeared on the M saloon.

The new G Saloon range is available in four versions, two of which are rear-wheel drive while two GT models have an additional capability of an all-wheel drive, thanks to Infiniti’s intelligent torque split system.

Like before, the sportiest S Premium comes standard with a standard 4-Wheel Active Steer, one of its driver-focused features. Two among the three dynamic Coupé models have a 4-Wheel Active Steer whereas the G37 Convertible, which has an electrically retractable hard-top, is both elegant and high-tech.

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