The new model will be powered by a new 330bhp 3.7-litre V6 engine with VVEL (variable valve event and lift). The engine is backed by a choice of an upgraded electronically controlled five-speed automatic transmission with available paddle shifters or a revised six-speed manual transmission.
The G37 Coupe is available in three models: G37 Coupe, G37 Coupe Journey and G37 Coupe Sport 6MT. In addition to the huge list of standard features on all three models, several options and packages are available.
These include the Premium Package, with a power sliding glass roof, 11-speaker Infiniti ‘studio on wheels’ by Bose, power tilt and telescoping steering wheel, anti-glare rear-view mirror with compass and Home Link Universal Transceiver, Bluetooth hands-free phone system, and heated front seats and door mirrors.
Also offered is the Sport Package (available on G37 Journey model and standard on G37 Coupe Sport 6MT), which includes 19-inch wheels and tyres, viscous limited-slip differential (VLSD), sport-tuned suspension, sport brakes, a different front fascia and side sills, sport-styled seats and steering wheel stitching, aluminium pedals and paddle shifters (G37 Coupe Journey only).
The Infiniti Navigation Package adds a touch screen navigation system, audio and HVAC functions and a 9.3-gigabyte hard drive with compact flash drive slot, and rear-view monitor. The Technology Package includes Infiniti intelligent cruise control (ICC) with preview braking, adaptive front lighting system (AFS) and, available for the first time on G Coupe, a ‘pre-crash’ seatbelt system.
Also available is the Infiniti 4-Wheel Active Steer system; Performance Wheel and Tyre Package with 19-inch tyres featuring lightweight cast aluminium-alloy wheels; moonroof; rear spoiler; and African rosewood interior trim.
The G37 Coupe is set to arrive on UK roads in August. Prices will be revealed closer to the launch date.