Infiniti took the 3.5-liter V-6 it used in the G35 and bored out the cylinders to up the displacement to 3.7 liters. The resulting engine puts out a breathtaking 330 horsepower at 7,000rpm and 270 ft-lbs. of torque at 5,200rpm.
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Infiniti's new coupe is one of the best-looking cars going, with prominent front fenders and a sporty curve to the roofline, especially in the way it drops down toward the back.
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Many automakers seem to have a problem designing attractive rear ends for their cars, but Infiniti nailed it with the G37 coupe.
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The cabin of the G37 is decked out with tech and is as luxurious as we would expect from a G model. The car we had came with a five-speed automatic, although the G37 also comes with a six-speed manual.
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An iPod port in the console gives you full control over the iPod through the car's audio controls.
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We were surprised to see this compact flash slot on the stack. You can load up a compact flash card with MP3 tracks and have them play over the car's sound system.
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Another surprise feature on the Infiniti G37 is the Music Box, an in-dash hard drive that lets you store a music library. The interface gives you the kind of control you would expect to get from any MP3 player, but with a much bigger screen.
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The maps in the navigation system look crisp and clear, while POI information shows up on the screen. We also noticed that this system has live traffic-reporting capabilities.
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