The vibrant crimson interior might be eye-catching, but it isn’t the only tweak from the garden-variety G37S Coupe, the basis for the IPL G Coupe. Those 19-inch gunmetal gray split seven-spoke wheels wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza RE050A summer rubber are also unique to the IPL trim, as are the rear spoiler and IPL badge. Up front, the restyled air dam contains a deep, jutting chin spoiler with integrated fog lights, while out back two massive chrome exhaust tips exit underneath the rear fascia with its downturned lip. Front and rear are tied together with body-colored IPL side skirts in one of two available colors – Graphite Shadow or the IPL-exclusive Malbec Black. It’s clear this is no ordinary G37. 2011 Infiniti IPL G Coupe Driver Rear Three Quarters.
According to Infiniti, the IPL designation is the direct result of customers and dealers asking for a little more sport than the S sport line currently offers. With that in mind, IPL models aim to increase not only power, but the entire driving experience. They possess unique styling and materials, along with suspension and brake revisions that match the IPL character. Still, Infiniti cautions that IPL shouldn’t be compared to Mercedes-Benz’ AMG program or BMW’s M division. IPL is more mature and less aggressive than either of those factory speed shops.