While Americans responded to Toyota's upscale Lexus brand with instant enthusiasm, they didn't embrace Nissan's Infiniti with the same gusto. The luxury manufacturer hit its stride, though, with the 2003 release of the widely popular and refreshingly sporty G35.
Sharing a platform with Nissan's sporty 350Z, the rear-wheel drive sports sedan and coupe exemplified the brand's devotion to careful craftsmanship and cutting edge design. The launch of a convertible variant in 2009 gave buyers a fun open-top option.
Currently in its fourth generation, the G37 lineup offers a variety of driving experiences, from the relaxed to the athletic.