Infiniti Q60S Coupe fitted with carbon fiber by Larte Design

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If you ever thought that there is no scope for improvement in the already beautiful looking Infiniti Q60S then think again. A tuning company added worth to the Infiniti Q60S by fitting it with carbon fiber. The name of the company is Larte Design and they specialize in tuning body kits for several brands. On the front of it there is radiator grille that is framed by carbon fiber instead of chrome along with lower facia is offered with custom splitter, boasting lateral winglets just like you get on fighter jet. Carbon fiber can also be spotted around fog lamps.

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It can also be found on side sill pad, rear diffuser, air intake patch and wing. Customers can also opt for set of Remus tailpipes and thankfully, these pats are made by basalt (volcanic rock) or carbon. German based tuning company didn’t want to tweak design lines of Infiniti Q60S Coupe. To not to disturb imposing lines, custom parts are fitted in such a manner that flows visually with the rest of the car. It is quite similar to M Performance Parts that can be found in BMW models. Do check out the video and attached images to know more about it.

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When it comes to aesthetics of Infiniti Q60S coupe, not many can match it. However, behind the beautiful exterior there is power. It comes from turbocharged 3.0 liter V6 engine that generates an output of 400horsepower and 475Nm of torque. The performance figure is quite close to that of BMW M4. It can hit 62mph in under 5 seconds and weighs around 1,860kg. We have to admit that Larte Design did a terrific job with Infiniti Q60S Coupe.

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