The IPL G coupe is Infiniti's answer to special packages from Audi, BMW and Mercedes that adds a little more sportiness and performance to the standard G37 Coupe. While the IPL has the same engine, it's been tweaked for a little more power. Styling changes also make the IPL more distinctive than the typical Infiniti.
The rear-wheel drive IPL comes equipped much like a G37 coupe, except that a specially-tuned 3.7-liter V6 produces 348 horsepower -- 18 more than the standard car. It's mated to a six-speed manual transmission or seven-speed automatic transmission.Read more »
The IPL comes standard with a specially-tuned 348-horsepower 3.7-liter V6 mated to a six-speed manual transmission, or an extra-cost 7-speed automatic. Standard features include: automatic xenon headlamps; front fog lights; a special IPL bodykit; a moonroof; keyless entry and start; heated power mirrors; dual-zone automatic climate control; power windows; a folding rear seat; leather upholstery; 12-way power-adjustable sport front seats; heated front seats; memory settings for the driver's seat, mirrors and steering wheel; aluminum trim; an 11-speaker Bose audio system with a USB input for iPod connectivity and a Sirius satellite radio; Bluetooth; a trip computer; navigation with hard drive storage for music and a 7-inch monitor; a backup camera; and rear parking sensors.
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Fast, with all-wheel drive and a beautiful interior, but can get very expensive very quickly
Strong engine and talented through the corners, but isn't well-equipped and a replacement is due soon
Explosive power and incredibly stylish, but some interior pieces feel cheap and styling causes visibility problems
Stylish, low starting price and offers reasonable room for a coupe, but lacks power compared to performance rivals and common options are bundled in expensive packages