• Apr 19th 2006 at 5:31PM
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The upcoming 2007 Infiniti G35 looks like it will arrive equipped with an internal CD player packing ripping...er...downloading audio capability. Other details (such as audio format) remain scant, though the unit comes with a CompactFlash slot as well as the hard-drive to augment the high-end Bose system.

More information on the rest of the glorified G sports sedan can be found here.

(Tipster nod: Alex)

[Sources: Gizmodo, Edmunds via TGDaily via Anything But iPod via Engadget]

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      • 9 Years Ago
      Why does it take so long for automakers to catch up to consumer electronics? I mean, good lord, how long have mp3 players been the rage and we are just now getting factory ipod integration and this type of thing? Great work I guess...

      I'm serious - does anyone know? Can't really blame it on the American makers, they are all substandard in this regard.
      • 9 Years Ago
      "Why does it take so long for automakers to catch up to consumer electronics? "

      My best guess would be because of the costs of buying technology that is cutting edge to put into a car would be too expensive. When it gets cheap enough then it goes into the car.
      • 9 Years Ago
      The new Chrysler radio will have similar features, and a 20g harddrive with usb port. Its all on allpar
      • 9 Years Ago
      #3-I even wonder how the Navigation system in my 350Z will 'age' or update five years down the road...

      I know the $2000 Nav in my 04 Pacifica has nowhere near the capabilities of brand new $600 Tom Tom or Garmin system. Not only that, but it costs nearly $200 each time I want to update it.

      Now, back to the G35. I'm just wondering how well that hard drive will hold up in areas with extreme weather conditions - high heat/very cold/high humidity, etc. Seems that 4 USB 2.0 ports for flash drives (at 4GB or more each) would have been cheaper and offered the owner more flexibility.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Yeah, but its my next car. I'm excited.