LA Auto Show the refreshed version of the G37 Sedan, which comes with revised exterior styling, an enhanced interior treatment and upgraded technology features.
First of all you must know that most of the enhancements, except for the exterior refinements, are also available on the 2010 G37 Coupe and recently introduced G37 Convertible, but for those who want the 2010 G sedan, the manufacturer offers four well-equipped models to choose from: G37 Sedan, G37 Sedan Journey, G37S Sedan Sport 6MT and G37x Sedan AWD.
All the versions are offered with the refined 328-horsepower 3.7-liter VVEL (Variable Valve Event & Lift) V6, connected to an efficient 7-speed automatic transmission (except the G37 Sport 6MT, which comes with a close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission).
Regarding its design, the 2010 G Sedan comes with new headlights and grille while the standard fog lights have been moved from their previous location in the headlight cluster to the lower fascia where they help provide a more upscale and distinctive appearance.
At the rear, the refined, evolutional L-shaped LED taillights express the G heritage while the exhaust finisher treatment accentuates the sporty design of the car.
Infiniti also took effort to refresh the interior of the 2010 G Sedan. The premium carmaker introduced a number of upgrades to its navigation system and even revised the content of its optional package. Along with a carefully designed interior environment, the G37 Sedan offers an array of luxury features like standard leather-appointed seating.
Featured as an option is the audiophile-quality Infiniti Studio on Wheels by Bose premium audio system, which consists of Bose's three-way front door speaker, 10-inch woofers and a parcel shelf-mounted subwoofer. Infiniti also offers a Premium Package that comes with a 2GB Music Box Flash Memory Music Server.
Furthermore, the 2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan now features the prevailing white color scheme for the gauges and LCD instrument display, thereby conveying design legibility and cohesiveness. Models with seven-speed automatic transmissions now feature a new center console design.
Moreover, the "Shodo" aluminum trim -- inspired by a style of Japanese calligraphy – has replaced the "Washi" aluminum trim. Infiniti has made lighter the sedan's Wheat and Stone leather-appointed interior colors and glossier the available maple interior accents. Graphite interior color remains available. Still featured is the G's harmony between the driver's cockpit and passenger space as well as the coherence between modern technology and traditional Japanese design cues.
G Sedan drivers would surely love the layout of the cockpit – simple and intuitive, featuring easy-to-read electroluminescent gauges. Placed between the tachometer and speedometer is the center information display that shows data from the drive computer. The information on display includes the average fuel consumption, average speed, instantaneous fuel economy, running distance and distance to empty, as well as elapsed time, outside air temperature, odometer, automatic transmission shift indicator as well as warning displays.
Now, the carmaker updated the G's available Infiniti Navigation System with 08IT technology, giving the sedan a new high-resolution display screen. The upgraded Infiniti Navigation System comes with XM NavTraffic Real-Time Traffic Information and NavWeather with Real-Time Weather and three-day forecast (requires XM subscription) as well as Streaming Audio via Bluetooth and Zagat Restaurant Guide.
Moreover, the upgraded Infiniti Navigation System comes with a touchscreen display, Voice Recognition and a 9.3GB Music Box Hard Drive. Of course, the 2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan features a number of technologies like standard Infiniti Intelligent Key with Push Button Ignition, standard 7.0-inch color monitor display and standard XM Satellite Radio (requires XM subscription) as well as Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System and Intelligent Cruise Control with Preview Braking. Also available is a RearView Monitor.