Japanese luxury car maker Infiniti has revised its BMW 3-series-rivalling G-series line-up.
The tweaked range - comprised of saloon, coupe, and convertible models – now features the firm’s 3.7-litre petrol V6 mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters as standard. New alloy wheel designs are offered for the Coupe and Convertible models, while new paint colours are offered across the range.
The G Saloon is available with four model options - G37, G37x GT, G37x GT Premium and G37 S Premium – with prices starting from £33,508 for the entry-level version.
The G37 features 18-inch alloys and will hit 60mph in 5.9 seconds, according to the firm. From £36,538 the G37x GT gets all-wheel drive, leather trim and heated seats, with the GT Premium adding cruise control, sat-nav, sunroof and reversing camera for £40,264.
Top spec S Premium comes with rear wheel drive, and adds sport suspension and sports seats to GT Premium, with prices starting from £40,574
Coupe versions are available with three specifications, and prices start from £36,319 for the G37 S Coupe, rising to £41,395 for the range-topping S Coupe Premium. This gets sat-nav with voice command, rear spoiler and 19 inch alloys.
The convertible range has been simplified to one equipment model costing from £45,185. This gets climate controlled front seats, sat-nav and cruise control and is also available with red leather and wood interior trim – adding a premium of £890.