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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
Edmunds' Inside Line
The 2013 Infiniti G37 is now one of the older designs in this class, although its coupe-like profile, flowing sheetmetal and crisp details still look fresh. And we think it's one of the most handsome, timeless designs in this class.
The G Sedan's coupelike profile, aggressive stance, and smooth contoured look add up to an sporty yet graceful form that's a pleasant departure from the lined sheetmetal in a number of other models.
There's really no trying to mirror German sport sedans inside; we'd point to real sports cars as the G37 Sedan's main influence. With a low seating position and low center console between contoured bucket seats, with a strong beltline that wraps around to the doors, plus big, round dials in a hooded gauge cluster, the G37 sets a sporty tone that you won't forget. Top and center, a screen (and supplemental controls beneath)--about the only interruption to the very purposeful design--accesses audio and climate functions.
Last year's Sport Appearance Edition Package, which brought a blacked-out grille and slightly different look, has been discontinued for 2013.
Swept-back sport-sedan proportions, smooth contours, and crisp detailing make the 2013 G37 Sedan dashing and handsome.