2010 Infiniti IPL G Convertible Concept review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 27 September 2010 , 16:09:37 byVeronica

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Infiniti IPL G Convertible Concept

Not every often one can see how the passion developed into a project, produces craft, art and technology. We are now referring to the Infiniti Performance Line G Cabrio Concept, which appeared at 2010 Paris Auto Show, after it had already been revealed in the USA with the first production of IPL variant, the G Coupe, in August. With a power boost to 338 PS, sports exahust, which features a 3.6-liter V6 boosting a maximum torque of 374 Nm, as well as a sports suspension, ensure its future drivers with high-performance and driving ability. 6 seconds is what the driver only needs to reach 100 km/h, while the seven speed automatic transmission with magnesium paddle shifts ensures a top speed of more than 270 km/h.
The world`s nicest four-seat cabriolet with electric folding hard-top came in front of the public with bigger wheels, a slightly lowered body,and sculptured side sill extensions.
The interior is considered to be a unique one,providing seats with internal heating and cooling, noise-cancelling technology, with black lacquer and small iron plates which can be found through the textile, thus, providing strength, flexibility and light weight. The history and tradition are to be found in the dashboard area above the glove box and doors are adorned with KACCHU. For those who didn`t know, KACCHU was a name given to the armour used by Japan's feudal warlords, or samurai, in the Middle Ages.
After thoroughly analysing the reaction of tha IPL G Cabrio COncept, its producers will decide whether it will also be launched in Europe.