Helping celebrate its 20th year as a luxury marque, Infiniti is producing a quartet of limited-run 2010 G Series Anniversary Edition vehicles that are due to arrive at its dealerships in mid-April. The build numbers will be held to 350 G37 Sedans and 200 each of the G37 Coupe and Convertible Anniversary Editions, and all will feature unique cosmetic touches and handling enhancements as well as upline comfort/convenience features.
The Anniversary Editions all share a common Graphite Shadow exterior color set off by a Midnight Black grille, unique front spoilers/fascias, and --save for the Convertible -- a rear spoiler. Both Coupe and Convertible add custom side sills, with the drop-top also gaining a mild rear-fascia restyle. All Anniversary Editions are fitted with special alloy wheels and W-rated summer performance tires. Inside, standard Monaco Red leather upholstery is set off by red-toned maple wood in the Journey-spec G37 and all-wheel-drive G37x Sedans while the G37 Journey Coupe and G37 Convertible use new Shodo-finish aluminum accents. Infiniti's Navigation and Premium Packages are also standard in all of these Anniversary Edition variants. Although lacking the Sport Package and 4-Wheel Active Steer elements that are part of the G37 Sedan and Coupe Anniversary Edition kit, the Convertible does gain heated/ventilated climate-controlled front seats.
Pricing for the 2010 Infiniti G37 Sedan Anniversary Edition begins at $44,215, while its G37x counterpart opens at $44,415. For those favoring just two doors, the G37 Coupe Anniversary Edition commences at $51,415 and the G37 Convertible commands $55,765.