Infiniti IPL G Cabrio
The second produciton of the Infiniti Performance Line or IPL which will get it premier at the 2010 Paris Motor Show is the IPL G Cabrio.
Now might think that it’s just a cabrio version of the G Coupe we’ve seen earlier, and you’d be right, it is actually! But it seems to be the better option between the two, as it comes with a folding three-part metal roof.
That has affected the car’s styling a bit, but it has its own undeniable benefits. Other exclusive styling features including new 19-inch split-rim 7-spoke graphite-finish alloy wheels, new bumper section and blacked-out grille and headlight surrounds, as well as a body-colour bootlid spoiler.
The engine is also the same as the G Coupe, a 3.5 liter V6 developing 338 PS, and 374 Nm of torque, which enables the car to go from nought to 100 km/h in under 6 seconds and reach a top speed of 270 km/h.
The interior trim finishers are unique to the Paris concept. The centre console is finished with black lacquer while the dashboard area above the glove box and doors are adorned with KACCHU, the name given to the armour used by Japan’s feudal warlords, or samurai, in the Middle Ages.