The 2008 Infiniti EX35 exhibits tasteful, contemporary design and a streamlined appearance.
Most reviews read by TheCarConnection.com were impressed with the appearance of the 2008 Infiniti EX35. The Auto Channel was especially complimentary, extolling the "EX35's sculpted elegance [that] expresses a timeless appeal -- sleek lines that portray speed, grace and finesse." Pointing out that it was "built by a company devoted to style," Motor Week opines that the 2008 Infiniti EX35 "embodies plenty of it...[with] an arching, coupelike roofline, a double-arch grille, L-shaped headlamps, and aggressive proportions."
Cars.com notes the "rear end recalls Infiniti's larger FX model, for better and for worse." While it presents a "sporty and stylish" appearance, this design has come at a cost, making "for a relatively tight cargo area."
ForbesAutos praises the sleek design "inside and out." Edmunds describes the dashboard as "distinctive...[the design] flows around the driver in soft waves." Cars.com likes the interior as well: “The interior is appointed like other Infiniti models, which is to say nicely, with modern, high-quality materials and design. Aluminum trim appears sparingly and is effective, as is the black-lacquer bezel on the center console and control panel.” The optional maple interior trim "spruces up the cabin," according to Motor Week; overall, the vehicle has "style...and sport."
TheCarConnection.com agrees with other Web publications. In recent test drives, editors observed that the 2008 Infiniti EX35’s look is handsome and sophisticated, with a techno-modern feel that's absent from similar vehicles from Lexus, for example.