Infiniti has done an excellent job with its styling, using a consistent design language across its models. The G and M cars in particular are marked by high front fenders and a grille neatly inset in the front of the car with little ornamentation around it.
The convertible top, a retractable hard top, is not the best feature on this car. Although it looks similar to the coupe roofline, it bubbles up a little too high at the front, and has some rough kinks toward the rear.
The Sport version of the G37 comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission. The short shifter is nice, but the gate is a little sloppy. Gear ratios are close, giving a lot of choice when driving hard.
We were blown away by the fine Bose audio system in this car, which uses 13 speakers, including two in each headrest. The detail was very clear, with intricate sounds coming through on all frequencies.