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2012 Infiniti M37 Styling

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The Infiniti M37 and M56 models were completely redesigned last year, and it's the most graceful, voluptuous Infiniti yet. Swelling fenders flow from the car's grille, and flex from concave to convex surfaces along its shoulder, ending in an abbreviated, sloping trunk. It's a long, long way from the ungainly old Infiniti J30, for sure--though in person the M seems to sit a little tall on its tires.

Inside, the M models push Japanese tradition and technology into an opulent marriage, with wood trim, lots of leather hides, and on some versions, a special wood trim treated with silver dust. The center console sits up and out prominently, like a jewelry case, and wears buttons for audio and climate controls that sit under under a large LCD screen that displays their outputs.

The M exudes refinement and has a standout sensuality. it has more wood trim than a Jaguar XF; the silver-dust-buffed wood trim, sueded headliner and semi-aniline leather (meaning, it’s not buffed of all imperfections) are all Infiniti’s best yet.

The Infiniti M sedans are more expressive than just about everything in its class, even the ravishing Jaguar XF.

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