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Infiniti G range
The G37x S is the latest in Infiniti's G range.

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With lots of style and the performance to match, the Infiniti G37x S comes with all-wheel drive and is the company’s latest addition to the G Saloon range.
For the first time, the sportiest S grade with AWD is available in the G range, instead of just the GT variant. As with all the other offerings in the G range, the car comes with a 316bhp (320PS) 3.7-litre V6 coupled to a seven-speed automatic gearbox with paddle shift. This gives a 0-62mph time of just 6.0 seconds.
And with Infiniti’s torque-sensing AWD system aboard, the swift pace is available virtually irrespective of weather or road surface. The car has a top speed of 149mph and an official combined fuel consumption of 25.7mpg (11.0 l/100km) with CO2 emissions of 255g/km.
The newest G model costs from £38,979 and bears all the style, features and technology that set the Infiniti brand apart. The sole AWD model in the G line-up for 2012, the G37x S is distinguished by S hallmarks such as red S badges, 18-inch Sport design alloy wheels and smoked lens headlights. Inside, features include sports seats, with 14-way electric adjustment for the driver, and aluminium pedals and footrest.
It also comes with the multimedia pack of hard disk drive (HDD) navigation and music systems, 10-speaker Bose Premium Sound System, reversing camera and high resolution touch screen. Like every G model sold in the UK, leather seat facings, Shodo aluminium trim, adaptive bi-Xenon lights, Scratch Shield paint, i-Key smart access, electrically adjustable front seats and steering column, and heated front seats are standard. The only option for any G model is metallic paint (£577).
The G37x S takes its place in a new-look G line-up. The flagship G37 S Premium (£40,619) builds its credentials with keen drivers thanks to 4-Wheel Active Steer (4WAS), sports suspension, sports brakes and Viscous Limited Slip Differential to get the most from the balanced rear-drive chassis.
It also comes with Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) and Intelligent Brake Assist (IBA) among a suite of electronic safety aids. Two GT models, both now in rear-wheel drive form only, make up the entry point to the range.
The G37 GT costs from £34,909 while the GT Premium — with Multimedia pack and sunroof among its extras features — costs from £37,849 OTR. The G family in the UK is completed for 2012 by the G37 Coupé (from £36,359) and G37 Convertible (from £45,235), both of which continue unchanged.