Infiniti's large luxury SUV gets a hefty dose of attitude.
Larte Design has given the Tesla Model S and the Mercedes GL the aftermarket treatment in the past, and now the Russian tuner has released a new styling package for the Infiniti QX60 dubbed "Missuro" that gives the luxury SUV a hefty dose of attitude.
At the front, the Missuro package adds a new bumper and splitter along with new aerodynamic winglets at each corner that gives the QX60 an aggressive, more track-focused appearance.
Other modifications applied to the front include new fog lights integrated into the side air intakes, and a new grille that features a distinctive V-shaped pattern to complement the Larte Design badge.
At the rear, the new bumper can be fitted with newly-designed dual tailpipes on each side available in either black or chrome, along with a new exhaust system by Remus that should give the SUV's V6 engine a more ear-pleasing soundtrack. Other exterior enhancements include a new two-piece brake light and more stylish reflectors. The regular Infiniti QX60 is a very conservative-looking SUV, so we like how Late Design has managed to make the mid-sized crossover look meaner without going too over the top.
Since Larte Design's Missuro package only includes cosmetic changes, the QX60's 3.5-liter gasoline V6 has been left completely stock under the hood, so it still produces 295 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to either just the front wheels or all four wheels through a CVT transmission, enabling the large luxury SUV to hit 62 mph from standstill in 7.1 seconds. In the US, the Infiniti QX60 starts at $44,350 for the Pure trim, but if you want all-wheel drive the price increases to $46,350 for the Pure AWD model.