The 2011 Concept Car— Infiniti IPL G Cabrio

2011 Infiniti IPL G Cabrio Concept 1 The 2011 Concept Car    Infiniti IPL G Cabrio

2011 Infiniti IPL G Cabrio Concept The 2011 Concept Car    Infiniti IPL G Cabrio

Infiniti, a luxury division of Nissan, the Japanese Auto Company, has emerged with a new model, the IPL G Cabrio Concept. It made its debut at the Paris Motor Show in 2010.

Externally, the car is done up with a pearlescent paint, black with red hints. The rear is fitted with boot lid spoiler of the same colour. The hard top electric roof, three-pieced, can be put up or down in just 25 seconds. The alloy wheels with graphite finish are 7-spoked, split-rimmed and of 19 inches diameter. The body of the car has been made lower.

The interior of the four-seater is exclusive with Monaco Red leather adorning the dashboard area, the cabin inlays and the doors along with the glove box. These give a unique look to the interior and represent the Japanese samurai armour of the Middle Ages representing great strength and power. The centre console finish is with black lacquer. The Infiniti IPL G Cabrio is enhanced in its looks, its details, the texture of materials used and the engine sound. The power and acceleration are also given unbiased attention improving the total automobile performance.

Under the bonnet is the V6 engine of 3.7 litre capacity with PS enhanced by 18 and now runs on 338 PS. This is because of the dual exhaust system of high flow. The torque output is increased from 360 to 374 Nm. Its improved curve helps in maintaining the linear acceleration. The suspension comprises 10% stiffer springs with buffers recalibrated.

The car takes off from rest to 100 km in less than 6 seconds and reaches a maximum speed of more than 270 km/h.

The modern technology fitted in the car include head restraint-mounted speakers which are ‘personal’, climate control system, noise dampening, seats with internal cooling and heating, 13-speaker sound system and the Connctiviti+infotinment system.

–Kreation Guru


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