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Quick Drive: 2011 Infiniti G37 IPL

2011

Quick Drive: 2011 Infiniti G37 IPL

Our friend at Reflections of a Drive did a real good full review of this car a few weeks before the Auto Roundup. It really got me excited to drive this car and see what’s what compared to the regular G37 and the Genesis Coupe I drive as a daily driver.

First of all, you can’t deny that the G37 is a pretty car. The extras that go into making the IPL, or Infinity Performance Line, just make it look that much more aggressive. Bigger wheels and brakes and the more aggressive body kit let other enthusiast know you’re rolling in something a little special.

2011 Infiniti G37 IPL at the Texas Auto Roundup

2011 Infiniti G37 IPL at the Texas Auto Roundup

Our friend at Reflections of the Drive did a real good full review of this car a few weeks before the Auto Roundup. It really got me excited to drive this car and see what’s what compared to the regular G37 and the Genesis Coupe I drive as a daily driver.

First of all, you can’t deny that the G37 is a pretty car. The extras that go into making the IPL, or Infinity Performance Line, just make it look that much more aggressive. Bigger wheels and brakes and the more aggressive body kit let other enthusiast know you’re rolling in something a little special.

The IPL boosts horsepower output from 325 to 348, but the power isn’t the first thing you’ll notice when driving this car. First, you notice the retuned suspension giving this once luxury car a real sports car feel. You stay more flat through the turns and feel much more of what’s happening on the road below.
The real reason for the IPL existing at all is to give Infiniti that M-like division focusing on sports cars. I think it’s worked out for them so far as the G37 IPL is a great ride. At a cost starting at $48,900 and with all the competition out there, I’m not sure I’d shell out my money on this car.

Thanks to our friends at Non-Stock Photography for the photos.

Car was driven and reviewed by Adam Moore at the Texas Auto Roundup in conjunction with the .

Adam Moore

Adam was one of the founding members of txGarage back in 2007 when he worked for a Suzuki dealership in Dallas, TX. He is now our Publisher and Editor-in-Chief. He's always been into cars and trucks and has extensive knowledge on both. Check Adam out on twitter @adamaoc.

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