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STYLING | 9 out of 10
you'll be hard-pressed to find any cosmetic differences between the G25 and its upmarket brother
Infiniti hasn't cheapened the G25's interior or appearance at all
without looking at the badging, it's unlikely the layman will be able to discern the difference between this and the G37
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With its coupe-like profile, the 2012 Infiniti G37 remains one of the best-looking sport sedans--even though it is now one of the older designs in its class.
All the G sedans have a gently contoured look yet an aggressive form, with clean sheetmetal and neat proportions. The new G25, which was introduced last year, is nearly identical from the outside, save some badging differences. The coupelike profile and smooth contoured look is a pleasant departure from the lined sheetmetal in a number of other models, and it all converges in what most will agree is a sporty stance.
Inside, both have a cockpit layout that's way more sports-car-influenced than other German sport sedans, with a low seating position and low center console between contoured bucket seats. Top and center, a screen (and supplemental controls beneath) accesses audio and climate functions. A strong beltline wraps around to the doors, while big, round dials in a hooded gauge cluster set a sporty tone.
For 2012, there's a new Sport Appearance Edition package, which blacks out the grille (among other changes) to bring a somewhat different look. Color combinations have also been revised for the rest of the line.
The 2012 G37 and G25 sedans are dashing, smoothly contoured, and universally good-looking.