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When the G35 Coupe hit the streets in 2003, you can bet that the German automakers sat up and took notice. The Coupe is built around the same bones as the 350Z sportscar, and uses a version of its V6 engine underhood for some serious sporting credentials. You could say that the G35 is really a four-seat 350Z gussied up with some luxury trimmings, and from a performance standpoint that’s not far from the truth. The focus on the driver is evident the moment your eyes alight on the bold competition-style instrument cluster. Fire up the V6, admire its robust sound, and then fling the G35 into a corner, where a stab of the throttle can induce as much or as little oversteer as you’d like. That’s because Infiniti tuned the chassis to provide a highly neutral driving experience, leaving it up to the driver to choose the cornering style best suited to their skills. A few turns on a highly technical course will show the G35’s true colors as a sport-luxury coupe that puts sport first.
The G35 Coupe has a V6 that produce 209 kW (284 PS; 280 hp) and 366 N⋅m (270 lb⋅ft).
The G35 Coupe was produced as a grand tourer alternative to the Nissan 350Z, which shares its 3.5 litre V6 engine and platform with the G35. It was available in Japan as the Nissan Skyline Coupe 350GT.