The changes are subtle but effective, as one glance at the sharper new front-end styling reveals. More sculptural, more distinctive and more indicative of the 320 PS (316 bhp) under the bonnet of every G37, the new look moves the Saloon visually closer to its sportier two-door cousin, the G37 Coupé.
New front light clusters, still with bi-Xenon adaptive cornering headlights as standard, and a fresh-looking iteration of the familiar double-arch Infiniti grille are the main component changes. A redesigned under-bumper section with recessed, wide-set foglights (previously the fogs were set into the main light clusters) gives the 2010 G37 Saloon a more purposeful edge.
Changes in the cabin are just as subtle. For instance, the Rosewood interior accents are now high gloss, the leather hues slightly lighter and there's the option of a new a new Wheat leather colour combined with a black dashboard and upper door trims. Reinforcing the G37's impression of quality is a new aluminium trim design, reminiscent of Japanese calligraphy, along with a redesigned centre console based on that in the EX and FX crossovers. Improving both legibility and design cohesiveness, the gauges and LCD instrument display now use white as background colour.
For the first time, Infiniti's information and entertainment platform, Connectiviti, is available in the Saloon following on from its G37 debut in the Convertible earlier in the year.
Three new exterior colours are available for 2010 models: Smokey Quartz, Graphite Shadow and Vibrant Red. All are Scratch-shield paint. Pricing and specification of the 2010 G37 Saloon will be confirmed early in the new year prior to sales beginning in the spring.