V6 power and self-healing paint to come as standard
5 June 2009

Infiniti has released final European specifications for its upcoming four-seater G37 Convertible.

Both models on offer come with a 3.7-litre V6 engine, producing 315bhp and 266 lb ft of torque, and a folding hard-top roof, which goes up or down in 25 seconds.

The entry-level GT comes with 19in alloys, a wind deflector, leather seats and active cornering bi-xenon headlamps, as well as dual-zone climate control.

A 30Gb HDD sat-nav comes as standard on the range-topping GT Premium and it features Michelin Green Guide, a 3D map showing places on interest along a particular route.

Infiniti’s self-healing Scratch Shield paint will also come as standard on both models.

Prices have yet to be confirmed, but expect the GT model to cost around £38,000 when it goes on sale in the UK in September.

Mark Tisshaw

Our Verdict

Infiniti G Series 2009-2013

The Infiniti G-series is well equipped and is offered with a high-class cabin. It is pricey though

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