However, this louder exhaust, when combined with the increased road noise from the suspension and wheel upgrades, can make the IPL G's cabin a noisy place to be at highway speeds. This is a less than ideal road-trip car.
With the exception of the seats, you'd be hard-pressed to tell the IPL G Coupe from a standard G37 Coupe -- which is a good thing, because the standard G's cabin is remarkably comfortable for the price.
The steering wheel feels a bit large for performance driving, but felt nice in my hands. A pair of the nicest feeling paddle shifters in the business can be found mounted on the IPL G's steering column on seven-speed models.
The IPL G Coupe uses Infiniti's hard-drive-based navigation system, which is rather easy to use. It's a bit dated-looking in the wake of Audi's and BMW's latest offerings, but we have no major complaints about its operation.