The Infiniti logo on the front grille of the 2008 Infiniti G35 denotes both luxury and performance, and the Infiniti's features in the cabin certainly back up the luxury part of that combination.
The standard features on the Infiniti 2008 G35 lineup vary somewhat across the different trims, but all are nicely equipped. Edmunds says that the base Infiniti G35 comes "standard with 17-inch alloy wheels" and "xenon headlights," along with "automatic climate control" and "six-speaker audio with a CD/MP3 player." The more expensive Infiniti G35 in Journey trim upgrades to "dual-zone climate controls, 8-way power passenger seat, AM/FM radio w/in-dash 6-disc CD/MP3 changer," and "automatic headlights," according to ConsumerGuide. Edmunds notes that the standard features on the Sport models of the 2008 Infiniti G35 also include "18-inch wheels" and "sport seats."
In addition to the standard features offered on the 2008 Infiniti G35, reviews read by TheCarConnection.com praise the long list of available options on the Infiniti G35. Kelley Blue Book reviewers report "the G35 offers multiple upgrade packages and several individual extras, although only for the Journey, G35x or Sport 6M models." Among the more noteworthy of those packages, Car and Driver highlights the available Sport package, which "includes deep-bolstered front bucket seats, 18-inch alloy wheels wearing Dunlop SP Sport Maxx M+S tires, and magnesium paddle shifters." Edmunds also finds that "a Premium Package adds a sunroof, power steering column, driver-position memory," and "a Bose premium audio system."
ConsumerGuide states that the available Navigation Package brings a "navigation system w/voice recognition, traffic information," and "hard drive for music file storage," and it allows for the Technology Package to be added, which includes "adaptive cruise control" and a "rearview camera."