The G37 suspension is the same control-arm-front and multilink-rear configuration as the G35 sedan's. Shift points are tuned to keep the engine in the largest part of the torque curve, ensuring there is always a healthy reserve when the driver wants to overtake. Other signature Infiniti features are the elegant analogue clock on the dashboard and purple backlighting of instruments and controls. The 2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe shares some mechanicals with the Nissan 350Z, but the comparisons are mostly under the sheetmetal. Not so with this G37. These designs help minimize alignment changes and reduce suspension friction for nimble handling and smooth riding characteristics. Exterior styling A long bonnet, short overhangs and dramatically raked roof line give the G37 Coupé a silhouette that sets it apart from rival products based more heavily on their saloon counterparts.
Available as part of the Technology Package are brake-operated pre-crash seat belts with motion sensor on the brake pedal. The G37 is heavier, isn't quite as quick, and takes a smidge longer to stop. When it comes to optional sport packages, we're suckers for the promise of better grip and handling, but the resulting harsh ride usually leaves us cussing the low-profile tires and stiff springs. As a result, the G37 Coupé has a full complement of six airbags, with dual-stage front airbags, seat belt sensors and passenger seat occupancy sensor. Also, your machine is a work of art. Most drivers will never notice this flaw.
But brag they should, as not only are the brakes stellar-exhibiting excellent response and pedal feel and no fade-but so is the car as a whole. The '07 four-door G35 is significantly prettier than its predecessor, and the aesthetic gap has been narrowed. Textured aluminium trim inserts can be found on the centre console, the instrument binnacle and the door panels. What matters is that the G37 is a successful luxury coupe: fast, stylish, fun to drive. While Bimmer enthusiasts may be aghast, they will be forced to admit that the G37 is, at the very least, a darn good competitor. A double wishbone set up at the front and a subframe-mounted multi-link arrangement at the rear allied to an extremely rigid body shell, gives the G37 Coupé agile handling perfectly in keeping with its performance potential.
And, lest we forget, it dropped a new V-6 underhood with 37 more horsepower. In fact, since it arrived for the 2003 model year, the G coupe has averaged annual sales of nearly 26,000, numbers that account for nearly 40 percent of all G sales. The multi-link rear suspension separates the shock absorbers and springs, locating the shock absorber inline with the wheel center. The automatic works with electronic controls that help the box shift smarter, especially on the track where the downshift rev-matching helps keep the chassis balanced and the engine in the power band. The only thing we would ask for is a stiffer brake pedal, even though the 70-to-0 stopping distance is a respectable 164 feet.
The aluminum hood is secured by dual latches located at the two front corners to ensure an excellent fit. The 0-to-60 sprint of 5. Every body panel is new, and the G37 incorporates fresh design cues introduced on the sedan, including a wave hood, a double-arch grille, L-shaped headlamps, and an integrated rear spoiler. Now there is some light at the end of the tunnel. Power is up 24 horsepower at 330, and the torque output increases two pound-feet to 270. A custom-engineered Bose® sound system sets a new standard for stereo performance in a car.
The front seats incorporate hip and thorax bags, while there are front-to-rear curtain airbags for protection in a side impact. Gaining 100 pounds is an unfortunate but not inexcusable way to shed the family-car image and increase your sex appeal. Clearance is low enough that sub-six-footers might find their hair brushing the headliner, depending on posture and the amount of mousse in their 'dos. But is it superior to the 335i? Back in the so-called good old days, when a car was offered in both coupe and sedan forms, you could count on the two-door version being lighter, sportier, and more stylish. The dashboard is identical to the G35 coupe's, with a color monitor to control the radio, climate-control, and optional nav system. Performance Platform and Suspension Developed at test circuits throughout Europe — including the famed Nürburgring — the G37 Coupe was conceived as a performance thoroughbred.
G37s equipped with the Sport package get power-adjustable bolsters on the driver's side to go with the manual thigh extension that's also on the passenger's seat. The instrument panel features Infiniti electroluminescent instrumentation with white-and-violet illumination and integrated multi-function information drive computer average fuel consumption, real-time fuel economy, average speed, elapsed time, running distance, distance to empty, outside air temperature, warning displays, odometer and automatic transmission shift indicator display. This sounds too good to be true here. As in any coupe, the front seats are the place to be. Eight exterior colors, including four new colors — Blue Slate, Platinum Graphite, Vibrant Red and Amethyst Graphite — are offered. The engine also features increased cylinder block height from the previous 3. Also available is the Infiniti 4-Wheel Active Steer system; Performance Wheel and Tire Package with 19-inch high performance tires featuring lightweight cast aluminum-alloy wheels; Moonroof; Rear Spoiler; and African Rosewood interior trim.
A special production process has been developed for installation of the headlights to ensure tight build tolerances and an exact fit into the complex front fascia. However, the 2008 Infiniti G37 comes with a long list of standard safety features. That's alot of supposed power for just doing intakes and a full exhaust. It's not belt driven, but off of the battery. Also, your car already has headers from the factory that work very well. It did take some time to understand the entire system, but this car lets you know everything you need to know about how it's performing. The front suspension is a double-wishbone design, with a single pivot lower wishbone and a long upper link.
Its 11 high-performance speakers provide crisp musical detail, with impactful low notes bringing G Coupé owners closer to the power and emotion of a live concert performance. Geoff Sorry to burst your bubble, but what you've just done is committed Ricer Math. The engine also features increased cylinder block height from the previous 3. Finer fit and finish, modish design, and improved materials, including aluminum trim that resembles handmade Japanese Washi paper, collectively raise the bars of luxury and sport. There are three different flavors of the all-new 2008 Infiniti G37 coupe: the base, the Journey, and the Sport.