2007 Infiniti G35 the First to Get Hard Drive for Storing Music
March 16, 2012 Jon 0 Comments
Van Nuys, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2006
Miller Infiniti, your Infiniti dealer in Van Nuys, California, proudly presents Infiniti?s 2007 G35; the industry?s first car with a hard drive for storing music.
Infiniti has unveiled the next generation of its G35 performance sedan, which will woo drivers when it goes to sale this November. Boasting a 300HP engine, paddle shifters, push-button ignition, touch-screen navigation and a rear-view monitor, the G35 is destined to arouse the senses. Also new is a high end Bose Sound system with a DAC (Digital Audio Converter) which lets you rip Audio CDs and create Digital Audio files which are stored on 9.5GB Hard Drive. Seagate offers its 5400-rpm EE25 in versions with 20, 30 and 40 GB but there is no word from Infiniti or Seagate on the hard drives used in the G35.
The 2007 Infiniti G35 sedan goes on sale in November, with the coupe following a few months later.
At first glance, the 2007 G35 sedan looks about the same size as before, and Vice President of Product Planning Jack Collins confirmed that wheelbase and track are “basically the same.” However, the G rides on the “heavily updated” version of the FM platform used on the M35/M45, and has a new suspension, body and interior. Plus, it?s VQ-series V6 engine is “80 percent new.”
The front suspension has a new single-pivot design to reduce kickback and improve steering feel, and the Infiniti engineers have fiddled with the camber and toe to improve high-speed stability. Sport models get unique springs, dampers and antiroll bars, as well as 18-inch wheels in place of the standard 17s. There’s also a new steering system that apportions power assist according to vehicle speed rather than engine speed.
Under the hood, the “80 percent new” engine still displaces 3.5 liters but has a new block designed to reduce NVH and offer more smoothness. Additionally, the V6 has a two-stage intake and a new dual-exhaust system. Transmission choices are the same as last year, but the six-speed manual gets refined synchronizers, while the five-speed automatic gets magnesium paddle shifters, downshift rev-matching and a yaw-rate sensor to hold gears in turns. Both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive will be offered.
Inside, interior materials are significantly upgraded, incorporating grain patterns, gauges are electroluminescent, a keyless push-button ignition is standard and the navigation system gets improved graphics with a real-time traffic update option. But the audio system is the most interesting bit of kit. It’s not a discrete 5.1 setup, but it features what Infiniti calls a home theater-spec 24-bit Burr Brown amplifier chip and a 9.5G hard drive so you can store music in the car, rather than having to always hook up your iPod. Plus, the G35 sedan’s front doors were designed specifically to accommodate the system’s 10-inch Bose woofers.
While you await the 2007 Infiniti G35, test-drive the 2006 Infiniti models at Miller Infiniti.
In California, Miller Infiniti offers a convenient Internet Buying Process with easy, anytime access to the entire Infiniti Line-up, including the award-winning 2006 Infiniti M model.
Buyers can log on to http://www.millerinfiniti.com and research Infiniti Vehicles, access virtual test-drives and request an instant Internet quote or free test-drives. An online vehicle appraisal process is available for those who plan to trade in their existing vehicle.
Contact Miller Infiniti on 866-314-1726.
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