The Infiniti QX80 has developed something of a reputation for being rather boldly styled. The folks over at Larte Design, though, figured they would build on this hefty SUV’s already head-turning appearance by adding a few choice extras to its body.
The tuner claims that for many customers, the original QX80 (which is based on the Nissan Patrol) lacks "some aggressiveness and sportiness" in terms of its design. In a bid to solve this, the customisation firm has created a redesigned grille, new front and rear bumpers as well as the obligatory side-skirts and air intakes.
The new front bumper features an eye-catching splitter, while the equally bold rear bumper gains a diffuser and central brake lamp. A set of quad tailpipes complete the aggressive look round back.
As far as performance is concerned, Larte has left the naturally aspirated 5,6-litre V8 untouched, with its standard outputs of 298 kW and 560 N.m of torque.
The cost of this styling package for the facelifted version of the QX80? Well, in the United States it'll set you back some $15 990 (that's around R214 000)...