Both the Coupe and Convertible have a front end that bears a lot in common to that of the sedan, and all the G models have a comparable tail treatment, but the similarities end there. With its more gracefully drawn-up headlamps and a curved-up hatch, the G37 Coupe could be gauged as either a softer, more understated sports car or a more edgy luxury coupe.
The G37 Convertible has thinner pillars and a little more oomph to its rear end (where the folding hardtop resides), which give it a voluptuousness. It's by far the best-looking folding-hardtop convertible you can buy, with none of the squatness that affects everything from the Volkswagen Eos to the Ferrari California.
Inside, the styling keeps with the exterior—offering a serious, almost cockpit-like look, with a deep seating, a high center console, and large, hooded gauges; contrasted with lovely soft-touch materials and muted leather, which brush up against aluminum or wood trim and frame a clear.