Journalists often refer to high-performance luxury sedans that do everything perfectly as “Q-Ships”. The original Lexus Q-ship was literally a Q-ship, branded Q45. When it debuted in 1989, it was the equal of German bismarks costing twice as much. Fast, comfortable, well-appointed, and over-engineered, the car was fantastic. Since its … Continue reading
I’m in San Diego, CA for the launch of the 2011 Infiniti M. I can’t give you official driving impressions, but I can share photography and details. I’ll be tweeting from the presentation and if I get my blackberry fixed, from the road as well.
Joe Tralongo – 2010 Infiniti G37 As my hubby and I just celebrated out 19th anniversary, this is always a tough one for me. I can’t even remember dating, let alone the most important requirement for impressing someone. I guess the best car from both the driver and prospective passenger/date’s … Continue reading
We published our inaugural Favorite Vehicles list in 2007 and are continuing the tradition for 2008. The field of “best-ofs” includes some 2008, 2009 and even a 2010 model. Our editors choose vehicles perfect for us, for families, for dates and clubbing, and cars and trucks notable for their new looks, new hardware and new attitude. Read on to see what Joe, Joe and Josee chose as their favorite in each category.
INFINITI M35X MAKES SWEET WATER by Casey Williams If you’re seriously into recording, audio production, and high-end instruments, you are probably familiar with Sweetwater Music Instruments & Pro Audio in Ft. Wayne, IN. Having been there with my partner and friends recently, I can tell you the place is impressive. … Continue reading
I was recently invited to “a full line review” where a company invites journalists to experience all of their cars in one place at one time. Infiniti threw this party to debut their 2009 G37x coupe and 2009 G37 sedan and while they were at it gave us seat time in all of their vehicles.
While piloting the Infiniti’s through the Napa countryside, I got to thinking. This was similar to a family reunion.
I was a guest of Infiniti at the Concours d’elegance in Pebble Beach, CA this past weekend. Infiniti used the opportunity to introduce us to their upcoming G37 convertible and give us an update on their new G37 sedan. Other brands had their concept cars and production cars out on display as well. Check out some of the photos below.
Infiniti gave us a sneak peak at the new 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible today. Making its world debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November, the G37 Convertible gives Infiniti another product to draw people from their primary competitor, the BMW 3-series. From the looks of it,they won’t have too much trouble attracting more customers. The photos looks great and if it drives like the coupe, they’ll have a winner on their hands.
The Bionic Cheetah Gets Sharper Fangs by Joe LaMuraglia The original Infiniti FX was code-named the “Bionic Cheetah” and was designed for the sports car enthusiast who had more responsibility (re: kids and stuff) in his/her life. It promised the driving experience of an Infiniti G35 along with the cargo … Continue reading
What’s New: – The original FX was code-named the “Bionic Cheetah” and was designed for the sports car enthusiast who had more responsibility (re: kids and stuff) in his/her life. It promised the driving experience of an Infiniti G35 along with the cargo capacity of an SUV and it largely delivered on that promise. The only this is; sports car handling in a SUV = ROUGH RIDE.