First Look: 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible

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We told you about the new lineup of G37s last week, but this is the first look we’ve gotten at the new convertible to hit Infiniti. While the sedan and coupe will look basically the same as the 2009 models, the convertible seen here is completely new.

While most of the competition, like the BMW 3 Series and Audi A4, look good as convertibles, we’d almost say the G37 looks better as a convertible. With just one image to ponder we can’t say for sure, but we do know this: We want to see more.

Expect more images in the next few weeks.

By David Thomas | August 18, 2008 | Comments (5)
Tags: Infiniti

Comments 

L.P.

The car is beautiful. It's about time that the G37 came with a cabrio version. It looks best as a cabrio in my opinion. This car will do great in sales due to its popularity with the coupe and sedan. Can't wait to see it on the steets. Will this come in a hardtop by any chance?

L.P.

The car's beautiful. It's about time the G37 came in a cabrio version. I looks better as a cabrio in my opinion. I believe the G37 will do good in sales due to its popularity with the G37 coupe and sedan. Can't wait to see it on the streets. Will this have a hardtop by any chance?

J

Great!
2+2 370Z hardtop convertible!
Where to sign up?

This is a nice car. It's competing against volvo c70, which I think looks a bit better

MSS

I wonder even with the IS250C looking not as good as this, if t will outsell sell the G37 convertible still...

I am hoping Infiniti will benefit finally from its great products to get it recognized as a true contender in the luxury market.

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