Unfortunately, it rained during my brief drive in the G37, so I can't comment on the top-down experience, which is, of course, the whole point of this car. (I am obviously not as devoted to my editorial duties - nor as willing to risk my health or dirty the interior of the car - as is young Mr. Zenlea.) What I can say is that I prefer this seven-speed automatic to Infiniti's six-speed manual - as found in our departed Four Seasons G37 coupe - because it makes the car much easier to drive smoothly. Other than that, the G37 convertible seems pretty much identical to the coupe, which is to say that it has a very nicely styled interior, handles quite well, and is fun to drive.
Amy Skogstrom, Managing Editor