The recent sighting of a camouflaged Infiniti G sedan near the Nürburgring confirms that the Japanese automaker is hard at work on a new model. Despite the heavy camo, the brand’s signature shape and grille shell are visible. With the Infiniti lineup said to be adding a front-drive four-door as an entry-level model, the new G sedan appears to be larger than the current model.
While engines for the new model haven’t been confirmed, the new G could use a Mercedes-Benz engine in addition to a revised version of the company’s 3.7-liter V-6, thanks to a recent deal signed between Renault/Nissan and Mercedes. The new Infiniti G sedan is expected to debut sometime next year with coupe and convertible models to follow. Europe could also see a wagon version though not likely to make it to the states.