A new special edition Infiniti G37 is going on sale in the U.S. next month. Find out more inside.

Infiniti will begin sales of a new limited edition version of their G series.  The 2010 Infiniti G37 Anniversary Edition will be sold as either a convertible, coupe, or sedan, with each painted in the new Graphite Shadow pigment.

The cars go on sale in the U.S. in mid-April, with the coupe and convertible being held to just 200 units.  Infiniti will assemble 350 sedans, some of which will come as all-wheel drive models.

Designers chose the company's 3.7-liter V6 engine for the special edition, which will be mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission.  Each car rides on aluminum alloy wheels wrapped in performance tires, and features a new front spoiler.  Redesigned side sills can be seen on the coupe and the drop top, while a new rear spoiler was attached to the coupe and sedan.  Coupe buyers also get a new rear fascia.  Four-wheel active steering is included on all models except the AWD sedan.

The gray sedan with blacked-out grille is contrasted with a Monaco Red leather interior, while the coupe and convertible get a duller Maple interior.  All models are lined in aluminum trim.

Pricing for the Infiniti G37 Sedan Anniversary Edition begins at $43,350, with another $200 added for the all-wheel drive version.  The coupe starts at $50,550, and the convertible will sell for $54,900.

2010 Infiniti G37 Anniversary Edition Announced for U.S.