Larte Design Takes on the Infiniti QX60

For those looking for a spacious vehicle with which to haul around three rows of passengers in luxurious accommodations, there are few vehicles that do it as well as the Infiniti QX60 (formerly the Infiniti JX). The problem is, though, the styling of the Infiniti’s luxury CUV skews heavily toward conservative, but Larte Design has come along to help out in this regards.
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Just as it has done in the past with Infiniti Q70, QX70 and QX80 (as well as the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class and Range Rover Evoque), Russia-based Larte Design went to work on the QX60 giving it a more aggressive, albeit polarizing, appearance. This body kit will be offered to U.S. customers, and while the key changes are limited to things like the fascias, grille and wheels, the end result is a look that will get the otherwise conservatively styled QX60 easily noticed.

Larte Design obviously loves giving vehicles an over-the-top front end styling, and the QX60 continues this trend with massive faux air intakes accented with signature lighting elements. The angular vents, which appear to be blocked off, actually complement the QX60’s lines quite well without looking too gaudy, and Infiniti’s chrome grille has been replaced with a matte-black grille featuring the Larte Design logo. Another small touch that should easily set this body kit apart from the standard QX60 are the halo lights around the low-beam headlight units.

At the rear of the crossover, the factory rear fascia has been swapped for a unit with massive side vents, but the best part is the lower diffuser area with a lower, centrally located LED brake light and quadruple exhaust outlets. Although no upgrades have been performed to the crossover’s 3.5-liter V-6 engine, the new stainless steel exhaust system does feature an electronic control valve allowing the driver to adjust the exhaust note.

The whole look is finished off with a set of matte-black 22-inch split spoke alloy wheels, and while they look really good on the QX60 we can’t help but thinking how much better it would be with a lowered right height.
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