When Infiniti announced its 2013 model lineup, the G25 sedan was conspicuously absent. It had its debut almost two years ago and since then, it was considered a worthy rival to BMW‘s 328i model. It was criticized because of its pricing and because it was very similar to the G37 model. This is believed to be Infiniti’s main reason for discontinuing the model.
The other G sedan models that were phased out are the G37 Sport Appearance Edition and the G37 Limited Edition. Aside from these, no other significant revisions were made. With regards to the G Coupe, Infiniti axed the base model for the 2013 model year. The convertible variant will have the IPL model added to the collection.
2013 lineup will also mean the inclusion of the 3.7-liter to the EX and FX lineups. The EX model got a 28hp boost while the FX model received a 22hp increase. Some of the models were renamed to reflect the engine change -- EX37 and FX37. There’s a question of why the all-new JX continues to be powered by the aging 3.5-liter but it’s possible that Infiniti will update the JX for 2014 by giving it the 3.7-liter.
A more energetic style and improved interior, with world-class infotainment tech available, push the Infiniti G37 Sedan into a new era with a higher quality and more presence than ever before. The 2010 model of Infiniti's lead-in sports model for EU is still just as poised, potent and useful as ever, but profits from improvements that usher it into line with other models while also answering the needs of Infiniti owners.
The improvements are not huge but are definitely effective - as one looks at the more stunning new front side design. Developments in shape can be traced back to the 320 PS (316 bhp) installed under each Infiniti G37. Moreover, the new design makes it look more like its more athletic cousin, the Infiniti G37 Coupé.
New headlamp clusters - composed of bi-Xenon adaptive cornering headlights as a basic setup - and a brand new iteration of the usual double-arch Infiniti grille are the primary concept changes.
A reimagined under-bumper part with recessed, wide-range foglights (before the fogs were installed into the main light clusters) makes the 2010 G37 Sedan more useful while unchanging its already stunning appearance.
The remaining parts of the Infiniti G37 Sedan remain the same. This is wonderful news for loyal customers of its signature long bonnet, sporty built, and raked-back A pillars that exude grace and power in balance.
Slight improvements in the cabin are made to satisfy the expectations of the customers. For example, the Rosewood interior touches are now shinier, the leather colors are somehow lighter. In addition, the owners can opt to have a new Wheat leather color together with a black dashboard and upper trims at the doors. Driving home the Infiniti G37's commitment to quality is a new aluminium trim design, patterned from Japanese calligraphy, combined with a reinvented centre console based on the FX and EX crossovers. Developing both style cohesiveness and legibility, the LCD instrument display and gauges now use white as the background color.