The Lorinser-Tuned Infiniti FX

Essen Motor Show

German-based tuning firm develop customization program for the Infiniti FX.

Better known for their Mercedes Benz customization, Lorinser have turned their hand to upgrading an Infiniti, which is to be showcased at the Essen Motor Show 2011. Based on the Infiniti FX, the styling package is exclusively for the Russian market but with enough demand it could be considered for other markets. "Stylish coordinated components" are apparent at the front of the FX with a new front apron with fitted LED daytime running lights, while at the rear Lorinser have redesigned the rear apron fitting a roof spoiler and quad exhaust system.

Revised side skirts, 22-inch alloys with five triple-slotted spokes complete the exterior enhancements; and for the inside, Lorinser are offering bespoke features from "personalized foot mats to complete leather furnishings" to supplement the existing interior.

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