The current Infiniti G37 builds on the sexy, seductive exterior styling of the outgoing G35 coupe and adds fresh interior styling.
The 2008 Infiniti G37 is available in three different trim levels, though it's very difficult to tell them apart externally. Edmunds reports that the three trim levels of this Infiniti 2008 include "base, Journey and Sport 6MT," and the only real difference between them is that the base and Journey come "standard with 18-inch wheels," while the Infiniti 2008 G37 in Sport 6MT trim features "19-inch wheels."
Aside from the different wheels, all versions of the 2008 Infiniti G37 look "great (albeit in a more voluptuous sort of way than the original)," according to Edmunds. Cars.com goes on to describe the "curvaceous body" as integrating "large -- but fairly subtle -- fenders, while the bumper boasts one of the more sinister interpretations of the familiar air dam and side portals you see on many cars." Other reviews read by TheCarConnection.com rave about the exterior of the Infiniti G37, with ForbesAutos praising the "fresh, elegant styling" of this Infiniti 2008 coupe. Automobile adds that the front "looks muscular and tough in person," and "overall, it's a subtle evolution of a great design."
The redesigned interior of the 2008 Infiniti G37 also wins favor with reviewers. Edmunds reviewers love the "user-friendly controls" and "handsome design," while Car and Driver deems the interior, which features "a color monitor to control the radio, climate-control, and optional nav system," to be "pleasant enough." Cars.com also feels that the interior of the Infiniti G37 "is a vast improvement over the first-generation G35, and now features such novelties as aluminum trim modeled after Japanese Washi paper." Rounding out the praise of the interior, Kelley Blue Book reviewers find that "the seven-inch LCD screen included on all models" of this Infiniti 2008 coupe "radiates colorful and attractive graphics that further enhance the new model's more contemporary vibe."