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2012 Infiniti G37 Sedan

There are a lot of luxury cars available at the moment and one strong competitor is Infiniti. One relevant example would have to be the 2012 G Sedan which is powered by a 2.5-liter V6 engine that develops 218 hp. The car can also be ordered with a beefier V6 3.7-liter unit that produces 328 hp.

It is available with either a rear-wheel drive system or the company’s own Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system. The car offers seating for up to five adults, and it is available in eight exterior colors and three interior colors. The prices for this Infiniti sedan start from MSRP $32,400.

2012 Infiniti G37 Coupe

The coupe version of this model is motivated by a more powerful V6 3.7-liter engine that churns 330 hp, linked to either the RWD or the AWD system. Even though it is a coupe, it has enough room to accommodate up to four adults so you get the best from both worlds: the looks of a coupe and the spacious cabin of a sedan. The 2012 Infiniti G Coupe costs from MSRP $37,600.

2012 Infiniti G37 Convertible

The Japanese automaker also has the Convertible version which is considerably pricier as its base price is of MSRP $46,400. It has the same V6 3.7-liter engine with 325 hp but it is available only with a rear-wheel drive configuration.

2012 Infiniti IPL G Coupe

If you want a quicker car, have a look at the 2012 Infiniti IPL G Coupe which is motivated by a 3.7-liter IPL-tuned V6 engine that develops 348 hp. Available only with a RWD configuration, this model features an IPL-tuned high-flow dual exhaust and has a starting price of MSRP $49,350.

2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid

Our favorite Infiniti is the M model which can be ordered with a V6 330 hp, a 360 hp hybrid or a more powerful V8 420 hp engine. It’s available with a rear-wheel drive system or the aforementioned Intelligent All-Wheel Drive setup and can accommodate up to five adults. The prices start from MSRP $47,700.

2012 Infiniti EX

The most affordable Infiniti SUV that you can buy is the EX which comes with a V6 3.5-liter engine that produces 297 hp. Available in either a RWD or an AWD version, this model has seating for up to five adults and costs from MSRP $35,600.

2012 Infiniti FX35

A more expensive SUV is the Infiniti FX that will set you back at least MSRP $43,450. It can be ordered with a V6 303 hp engine (FX35 model) or the more powerful V8 390 hp engine (FX50 model). The entire horsepower can be sent to the back wheels or to all of them via the AWD setup. It offers seating for up to five adults and can be ordered with one of the seven exterior colors available.

2012 Infiniti QX

If you have top dollars to spend, have a look at the 2012 Infiniti QX that starts from MSRP $58,700. This model is available exclusively with a V8 5.6-liter 32-valve engine that generates 400 hp. It can be purchased with either a rear-wheel drive system or Infiniti’s All-Mode 4WD. This large SUV has enough room for up to eight adults and it is available in six exterior and two interior color choices.

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There have been a few rumors floating around recently concerning Japanese carmaker Infiniti and its desire for a dedicated performance brand, supposedly called Infiniti Performance Line. The division would rival BMW’s M or Mercedes-Benz’s AMG.

Now, it seems that the rumors were right for the most part. The Infiniti Performance Line is real, but isn’t a dedicated sports division. Instead, the IPL badge will appear on specific limited series of sports models, starting off with the IPL G Coupe.

Based on the G37, this new model boasts a revised appearance, with redesigned front and rear fascias, as well as side skirts and a set of 19-inch Graphite wheels. Sports seats were fitted on the inside, as was redesigned trim to match the performance-oriented nature of the special car.

Sadly, you won’t find any big performance boosts, as the IPL G Coupe can output 348 HP with 276 lb-ft of torque. That’s an increase of 18 HP and 6 lb-ft over the stock G37. Handling promises to be improved though, thanks to two new transmissions, a six-speed manual with short-throw shiter or a seven-speed automatic with magnesium paddles. Last but not least, we have a limited slip differential, revised suspensions and an upgraded braking system.

Pricing has yet to be announced, but expect more details as we approach its launch at the end of the year.


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