New Styling

New Styling  - 2010 Infiniti G37 Review - Reviews - Infiniti G

The G was a handsome car in 2009, but I can't abide its chief styling update for 2010: a clumsy new bumper with fanglike fog light apertures that, on Sport and Anniversary editions, have exaggerated frames and creased borders. The whole thing borders on ridiculous. Over the course of a week, I couldn't warm up to it. Base and Journey models show more restraint, at least, and the car's sides and rear carry over with minimal changes. Coupe and convertible styling are unchanged.

Xenon headlights and 17-inch alloy wheels are standard. Sport models get 18-inchers, as does the Anniversary Edition, which also has more aggressive bodywork modeled after the G37 Sport.

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