Infiniti working with Coaches vs. Cancer at this year’s March Madness

This year, Infiniti is proud to team up with coaches to help raise up to $500,000 for Coaches vs. Cancer. They’re offering six chances to win a trip to the 2012 Final Four and all you have to do is fill out a CBSSports.com Round by Round bracket. Every correct pick you make helps out a great cause.

Please visit the Infiniti Round by Round Coaches vs. Cancer contest to sign up. For more information, check out the video below.

This is a great cause that Infiniti is working on and we here at Dashboard News wish them the best of luck!

  

Car review of the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible

The staff over at Bullz-Eye.com reviewed the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible! Read on to see what they had to say about this impressive ride.

There are so many ways to describe the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible Sport 6MT, and we heard all sorts of compliments as we were test-driving the vehicle. One common reaction involves the open mouth with the jaw dropping. Others just say “WOW.” We were just as impressed as the casual observers, so if you’re considering a luxury vehicle, we strongly recommend that you put the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible Sport 6MT on your list!
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The 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible Sport 6MT we tested was Vibrant Red, which really made the car look sleek and classy. The 3-piece power retractable hardtop was easy to use, as you just press one button and it takes all of 30 seconds to lift or drop the top. Watching it in action is reminiscent of a Transformer ready to change up for the next adventure. The 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels with P225/45R19 front and P245/40R 19 rear tires were in a league of their own as they gave the G37 both an elegant and muscular look that was right on the mark and what you would expect from Infiniti.

Read the full review.

  

Nissan unveils two new vehicles

These next two vehicles are some really hot products on the way from Nissan. Ghosn is quietly putting together a top notch lineup and with Toyota dealing with quality issues Nissan looks to take of advantage of the situation.

From Auto Guide.com:

Infiniti made a last minute decision to show its products at the Chicago Auto Show and so it took some searching to find the brands new 2011 M model tucked away in a back corner. But it was worth the hunt. Infiniti actually showed the car to us at a private event during the LA Auto Show, but the car’s Chicago Auto Show debut will be its first public appearance.

For 2011 the M will be offered as both an M37 and M56 model, each of which will be offered in either RWD or AWD. Like the G37, the M37 is powered by a 3.7-liter V6 engine with 270 ft-lbs of torque. As for the M56, it gets a massive 5.6-liter mill with an impressive 420-hp and 417 ft-lbs of torque. In total, the new top-level M gets 95-hp and 81 ft-lbs of torque over its predecessor, the M45.

Read the full article here.

Nissan has just released the first photos of the Juke crossover, which will slot in just underneath the Rogue in the Japanese automaker’s lineup. Shown here in Euro-spec trim, we expect some changes when it arrives in the U.S., but not much. After all, Nissan wants this car to be a big change from the traditional crossover. We have to admit that the front headlights bulging off the hood and the massive fog lights are a tad excessive.

In fact, because it’s more of a sub-compact crossover, Nissan is hoping to win-over small hatchback buyers, with a more versatile platform. The Juke is also likely to undercut other crossovers on the market, as it almost has to be priced well-below the $20,000 mark, otherwise it would compete with the Rogue.

Read the full article here.

  

Is the Infiniti Essence back on again?

Should they build it? If they do the Essence could be one of the sexiest cars on the road!

From Auto Guide.com:

After previous reports had suggested Infiniti’s stunning Essence concept would never be any more than a shinny piece of auto show metal, word has now emerged that the luxury automaker may turn this fantasy into a reality.

According to a report in Motor Trend, one Infiniti executive, Shiro Nakamura, once again referred to the hybrid supercar as ,” only a showpiece… for now.” This exciting news was then reiterated by another exec, Ben Poore, who said that based off of the car’s incredible reception, the company is still considering a production model and that no final decision either way has been made.

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