• Apr 12, 2006

A few tips came in from readers about some 2007 infinti G35 photos floating around the Internet, and we're hoping they're real -- they illustrate a vast improvement upon an already beautiful car. The lines of the Infiniti Coupe concept from the Detroit show last January are better incorporated into the sedan styling, and it appears that Infiniti styling across the model lines will be more consistent, particularly in the grille area.

Thanks to Arnold, Brian and George for the tips.

[Source: Nissanclub.com]



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      • 8 Years Ago
      Well, the front end is no longer a Cadillac CTS knockoff, I'll give them that.

      I don't really like it front or back though. It's funny because the rear got closer to the G35 coupe, and I like the G35 coupe rear.

      And the interior is now like the M45 one, and I don't like the M45 done. That big-ass dial doesn't look good on the M45, this or even the Acura RL.

      That dial in that location solves one thing though, they don't have to put a big "don't set your drink here" picture there in front of the display like the Honda Odyssey has.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Here are all the specs, hidden on the Nissan news site!

      shh...........!

      Enjoy!

      http://www.nissannews.com/infiniti/2007vehicles/g35/index.shtml
      • 8 Years Ago
      A great looking car looks even better. I can't find the interior pictures No. 2 is talking about, but a chintzy interior is the current generation's major failing.

      I wanted a G35x so bad my teeth hurt, but I bought an Acura. My mechanic warned me away from Nissan because of expensive replacement parts and arbitrary warranty administration. Nissan should look at these issues.
      • 8 Years Ago
      • 8 Years Ago
      Looks good. I just purchased my first Infiniti in January (2006 FX 35 - the FX 45s were still another month away and I needed something that had a rear seat and could go to Home Depot). I see a lot of the M in the exterior design, and the M/FX inside. I hope they have upgraded the interior materials - that has been the biggest disappointment with the FX I just purchased, the cheap plastic parts have already started to rattle and squeek.

      James
      • 8 Years Ago
      For some strange reason the front fenders remind me of the last Buick LeSabre. Not sure why, that's just what I thought of. Definitely an improvement over the last one but then that's not saying a whole lot. Of the few interior shots I've seen it looks OK to me.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I drive my aunts ES330 occasionally, and you're right -- the interior is better than the G35. Makes me so want to get a Lexus!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Seems they continue to have trouble making the sedan look as good as the coupe. It's possible to have a sleek sedan with a usable rear seat.

      My impression of the coupe at the auto show was that the new design looked more upscale and sophisticated, but also less trim and perhaps less classic. Looks bigger. The same appears true of the sedan, except that the current car isn't a shape for the ages.

      The interior is undeniably a huge improvement, but this wasn't much of a challenge. I hate the orange instrument graphics in the current car.
      • 8 Years Ago
      The front end is as boring as the current model, only in a different way. Sad. The back end is an improvement.

      The interior looks better, but my personal opinion is that nav systems are for dweebs.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Looks awesome. Nice and simple without being bland, Audi done Japanese style.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Follow the sourced link and scroll down for the interior shots.

      I almost bought one of the these in '03 because it was laughable the amount of power it had or a 325, but I hated the driver seat. When I test drove the coupe the seats were a lot more comfortable although I didn't test it for a prolonged period of time.

      My buddy did by the '03 Sedan and comfirms the high maintenance. The incredibly strong (and touchy) brakes on these things are nice, but he goes through a full set of pads and rotors once a year. (He's not a hard driver but does work commute around Chicago)

      • 8 Years Ago
      "They illustrate a vast improvement on an already beautiful car"? When's the last time you got your eyes examined?

      This look is getting OLD! Front end - boring. Back end - looks like a Toyota Avalon. Interior materials still look CHEAP!! And what's up with ATM looking dash....again.
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