Infiniti Readying “Baby” Sports Coupe Based on the Nissan 370Z

The Nissan-Infiniti Group seems to be entering a “coupe” phase lately as after the announcement on the 2009 Nissan 370Z and the talk about the revival of the Nissan 200/240SX coupe, word has it that Infiniti is preparing an entry-level RWD coupe based on the new “Z”.

According to a report from InsideLine, the 2-seater compact coupe that will fit right under the G37 in Infiniti’s car line-up will most probably be previewed in concept form either at the 2009 Detroit Auto Show or at the Geneva Show in March with sales of the production model following in 2010. It is said that Infiniti’s “baby” coupe will be powered by a 2.5-liter V6 engine.

Via: InsideLine , Pic: Holiday Auto

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