Infiniti G35 Auto Transport
The 1st generation G35 was introduced to North America for the 2003 model year, as a replacement for the Infiniti G20. The G35 is based on the Nissan FM platform shared with both the Nissan 350Z sports car and the Infiniti FX crossover SUV. The G35 was Motor Trend's Car of the Year for 2003 and has been well received by both the media and buyers. It has been seen as a viable substitute to more expensive luxury cars. The G35 was also nominated for the North American Car of the Year award and was on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 2003 and 2004. Further, Consumer Report includes the Infiniti G35 on its list of Top 10 cars for 2007. To ease the confusion, it is also known as the Nissan Skyline in Japan and is available in sedan and coupe forms. The new 2007 G35 sedan has been completely redesigned, and is powered by a brand new engine called VQ35HR. This engine is more powerful, more fuel efficient, and more responsive than the previous VQ35DE making it an all around fantastic addition. The "HR" reportedly stands for High Revolution. In an impressive upgrade, over 80% of the internal components have been strengthened or redesigned to handle the increased RPM range which doesn't hit Redline until 7500RPM. Infiniti G35 Sport Sedans with 306HP can accelerate from 0-60 mpg in 5.2 sec, from 0-100 mph in 13.1 sec and from 0-150 mph in 38.2 seconds. The Infiniti Coupe Concept was intended to be a glimpse of the 2nd generation G35 coupe, called the G37. The production version of the G37 coupe is slated to debut at the New York Auto Show in April 2007, and will arrive at dealerships in the fall of 2007 as a 2008 model. The concept coupe will be powered by the VQ37HR and a hardtop convertible version is rumored to exist as well.