The 2011 Infiniti M37 is an evolutionary upgrade of Infiniti's mid-size luxury car platform. Larger in almost every dimension than the M35 sedan it replaces, the 2011 M37 also gains much more aggressive styling that is in keeping with Infiniti's reputation for providing a sporty ride. The vehicle makes use of a 3.7-liter V-6 power plant that generates 330 horses and 270 lb-ft of torque, managed by a paddle-shifted seven-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is also available with the M37.
As with most mid-size luxury cars the M37 boasts a long list of features. Standout equipment includes a Forest Air purification system (that aims to replicate a gentle outdoor breeze) and a voice-controlled navigation system. The vehicle's driving experience can be improved through the selection of the Sport package, which installs four-wheel steering, a stiffer suspension system, 20-inch wheels and Infiniti's Active Trace Control braking system that helps to better manage power delivery during cornering.