Another Year,Another Great Infiniti G37s

For the fourth year in a row Infiniti has launched a renewed version of the G37s, which keeps the Japanese company on the cutting edge of the convertible cars market.

This improved version of an already successful model is built around a marvellous 3.7-litre V6 engine, with 325 horsepower which takes it from 0 to 60mph in 5.8 seconds.

The three-piece retractable hardtop is perhaps the most striking feature, as it follows gracefully the lines and structure of the Infiniti G37s.

Such refined design makes this convertible a versatile option for both cold winters and summer days, when you’ll let the summer winds blow through your hair.

The retraction of the convertible top will take about 20 seconds, a quick process for such a big piece.

As for the details, the comfortable cool white seats make for a stylish contrast with the black of the cabin, and they’re accompanied at the front by a clock, sober but tasteful gauges, andmachined aluminium accentswith circular-sanded patterns.

The driving experience will then be made even more pleasant thanks to a sophisticated and powerful Bose sound-system with headrest-mounted speakers, which will allow you to forget about the noises of the road even when the top is down.

On the technical side, you’ll be able to get even more out of the Infiniti2012 G37s by choosing the Sport model, which includes a six-speed manual transmission, 19” alloys and stronger brakes with fade-resistant, four piston monobloccalipers and larger diameter disks.

The G37s is, overall,a hi-quality vehicle, with a slightly more accessible price than most of its direct rivals, such as theAudi A5/S5 convertibles, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet and the Chevrolet Camaro.

We’re adamant that this convertible will appeal in particular to those looking for one of the most stylish cars without having to give up on value for money.