• Apr 27, 2007

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Skyline 50thThe Nissan Skyline's 50th Anniversary exhibit opened Tuesday, April 24th at Tokyo Midtown, and that means that the new Skyline Coupe (a.k.a. Infiniti G37 here in the States) has made its first official appearance. The exhibit in Tokyo features examples from each generation of the Skyline, and the opening event was attended by luminaries including Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe. A series of television commercials featuring well-known personalities like Seattle Mariners outfielder Ichiro is also being aired in Japan to coincide with the 50th Anniversary and the Coupe's launch. As for the Skyline Coupe, what's there to say? It's got all the goodness of the G37, just with Nissan badges -- and a name that carries some serious cachet in Japan.

[Source: Nissan]



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      • 7 Years Ago
      Wow.. that thing looks sexy! Very nice to see it in red! Infiniti really did well with the style of the new G37.

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      • 7 Years Ago
      I rather have mine with skyline badges than infiniti.
      • 7 Years Ago
      i like it, though i agree g35 looks a touch better, though i will withold my final judgment till i see it in person.

      by the way, separated at birth? (at least the front end):

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      • 7 Years Ago
      MUCH better in red than the crappy gray we have gotten in the prior shots.

      Still torn on whether I like the exterior as much as the prior model, but the mechanicals and interior on this model make it the easy choice.
      • 7 Years Ago
      It's not that many cars of the sixties were raving beauties, but those early Skylines were not on par. What an improvement, however.