Infiniti presents the 2010 G Line image

Infiniti has unveiled its 2010 G Line:

The new interior look centres on a redesigned console, based on that of the EX and FX crossovers. The cabin’s aluminium highlights now feature a new pattern, inspired by traditional Japanese calligraphy. In addition, across all models, there’s a new, optional high-gloss Maple wood trim and the dials and instrument display now use white as background colour. Infiniti’s hard disk drive (HDD) information and entertainment platform, Connectiviti, is fitted to the G and G Coupé for the first time, while the innovative navigation version, Connectiviti+, is standard-fit on new Premium models. Connectiviti+ brings with it far more functionality than the previous navigation system, such as 3D graphics and exclusive access to Michelin’s Green Guide tourist information and gastronomical Red Guide. It’s also four times faster at route calculation than the previous DVD-based set-up.

A revised exterior colour, in a shade of dark grey, is added to the paint palette for 2010 Coupé and Convertible. It features of course Infiniti’s Scratch-shield technology.

As well as Connectiviti+ satnav, Premium models come as standard with a Bose® 11-speaker sound system, complete with HDD space for up to 300 CDs, reversing camera and Infiniti’s innovative safety technology, Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC). Every Infiniti is already fitted with cruise control – as well as a speed limiter – but ICC is a smart system that uses laser sensors to maintain a safe distance to the vehicle ahead. The latest Full Speed Range version of ICC will automatically bring the car to a complete stop if necessary.

The new Premium editions of the Infiniti G and Infiniti G Coupé are available in either luxury GT form – leather, heated seats with memory and electric lumbar adjustment for the driver – or more sporting S trim where driver-focused features such as four-wheel active steering (4WAS), limited slip differential (Viscous LSD), sports suspension, sports seats and uprated brakes already come as standard.

G prices for 2010 start at £30,930 for the Infiniti G, £32,620 for the Infiniti G Coupé and £38,800 for the Infiniti G Convertible with electric retractable hard-top. The all-wheel drive x saloons starts at £34,100.

Prices of the new Premium range, all with HDD navigation, Bose® Premium sound system and Intelligent Cruise Control as standard, are as follows:

G37 GT Premium MT (manual transmission) £35,380
G37 GT Premium AT (automatic transmission) £36,915
G37x GT Premium AT (automatic transmission) £38,550
G37S Premium MT (manual transmission) £37,320
G37S Premium AT (automatic transmission) £38,855
G37 GT Premium (manual transmission) £37,070
G37 GT Premium (automatic transmission) £38,605
G37S Premium (manual transmission) £39,010
G37S Premium (automatic transmission) £40,545
G37 GT Premium (manual transmission) £41,865