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Infiniti G37 Coupe and Convertible Review

Australia's newest Japanese luxury brand launches its two newest models.

Infiniti G37 News

Infiniti G37 to continue alongside Q50 into 2015

The Infiniti G37 sedan will continue to be sold in the US until mid-2015, despite its intended replacement, the all-new Q50, going on sale from this week. Infiniti USA has confirmed that a revised line-up of the Infiniti G37 sedan will be sold alongside the Q50 and Q50 Hybrid, though, at a reduced price to “reflect the product hierarchy with the … Infiniti Q50”...

Infiniti to expand product portfolio, M3 rival considered

Infiniti is rushing to expand its product portfolio, according to the brand’s global boss, Johan de Nysschen. Following a discussion about Infiniti’s plans to increase its global footprint and brand awareness, de Nysschen outlined to CarAdvice how the company is assessing its product expansion priorities...

Infiniti to expand models, manufacturing, towards 2025

Poached last year after 19 years with Audi, senior vice president of Nissan Motor Company in charge of the Infiniti division, Johan de Nysschen (above), has targeted new model and new market expansion as a priority over outright volume. Speaking at the Detroit auto show, the Infiniti boss outlined how the company needs to become a global brand, and increase brand awareness, to succeed in the long term...

Infiniti G37 Owner Reviews

2013 Infiniti G37 GT review

I bought the Infiniti as its second owner, the car having traveled just under 84,000ks. After reading another Owner's Review, Lachlan, on CarAdvice, I had a great insight into handling and driver comfort. The exterior of the 2013 Infiniti G37 is sleek and curved, while the lip spoiler adds a sporty touch. The interior is elegant and driver-focused...

2013 Infiniti G37 S Premium review

Infiniti had a rough start here in Australia, launching with models that had been available for some time overseas. Couple that with high pricing and little to no brand recognition in a market that has a strong preference for established players, and you're going to have a bad time...