• Mar 13th 2007 at 11:26AM
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We showed you a sketch of the forthcoming new Infiniti G coupe back in January. Set to be unveiled next month at the NY International Auto Show, the car now has a name attached to it: G37. This was confirmed in an email that went out earlier today from the show organizers. We also have a new teaser shot of the car, as you can see here. No reason's been given yet for the updated nomenclature, but we'll guess that a bumped-up 3.7L version of the VQ powerplant will reside under the coupe's hood. While the teaser shows just the headlight, the 2006 Infiniti Coupe Concept gives you a real good idea of what to expect in the looks department.
The other Infiniti debut at NY is called the EX Concept, which is said to showcase new technology that the automaker will implement on production cars for the first time ever by the end of 2007. We'll be in the Big Apple to bring you all the news as it happens.

[Source: NYIAS]

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      • 8 Years Ago
      This is exciting :) I can't wait for this to release, I've been waiting for it since the 2006 Chicago Auto Show when they showed it.

      egon | www.AutomoBlog.net
      • 8 Years Ago

      I have a 6MT Sedan. Trust me, there is nothing lost.
      • 8 Years Ago
      This will be my next car!!!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Steve #7: The freshalloy thread says 325 horsepower, with 330 being tested for a future bump.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Yeah a cheaper FWD verion. No thanks. So with the sedan doing 307hp on the 3.5 what can we expect from a 3.7?
      Jonathan Hicks
      • 8 Years Ago
      When can we expect a G37 convertible with a retractable hardtop or a G37 sedan? Will the FX35 and the M35 become the FX37 and M37 respectivly?
      • 8 Years Ago
      I would imagine that it's stroked rather than bored. If I recall properly, the VQ35HR is much taller than the DE, and that is why it's smoother. That'd make it easier to stroke out, wouldn't it?

      As far as the HP is concerned, the math would work out pretty good if they're saying 325hp:
      306hp * (3.7l/3.5l) = 323.4hp

      I doubt that the redline would be any different (if anything, a couple hundred rpm lower). I'm hoping it's got direct fuel injection.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Agree with #3 - besides who cares.
      • 8 Years Ago
      So when can I order a 370 Z? With SuperCharger please. I can't afford a GT-R...
      • 8 Years Ago
      Hyundai Tiburon from an angle, re-baged Altima Coupe from another angle. Different chassis? Not very likely ... it's the Nissan "D" platform.

      Way to screw up a beautiful-looking car Nissan.

      Nissan Altima Coupe rebadged as an Infiniti with a better engine - the side profile is exactly the same, except for the break in the A-pillar.
      • 8 Years Ago
      #21, "why not the LS2/LS7?":
      Displacement is nice. Technology is nice. Both is better. ;) (And truck motors? I like my 'truck motor' powered Sentra, mind you it is just an econobox, but it's fun to drive. ;) )
      • 8 Years Ago
      hmm....335i turbo or 3.7 NA power... tough choice!
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