While the SEMA Show was going on last week, the tuners at Lorinser announced a new package for the Infiniti FX set to debut at the Essen Motor Show. The kit makes the crossover much more aggressive with new bumpers, redesigned side skirts, and LED daytime running lights up front. We also see a spoiler mounted at the rear, along with a quad tipped exhaust system. New alloy wheels measuring 22-inches come wrapped in high performance Continental tires, while Lorinser offers custom packages for their clients as well. They can order the bespoke interior package that includes personalized floor mats and new leather finishes throughout the cockpit. It will launch in Russia at first, however other markets are definitely an option for the Lorinser Infiniti FX kit.
The Stillen tuning company has announced a new supercharger kit for the Nissan 370Z to boost the performance. It’s been a while since we have seen any tuners tackle the Nissan sport car or the Infiniti G37, but this package looks promising. When installed on the 3.7-liter powerplant, it is said to increase the power output to around 500 horses. Stillen has comfirmed that the Nissan 370Z kit meets the California Air Resources Board regulations, and is completely legal in the United States.
At the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Infiniti announced a new IPL G Convertible in the works. Displayed as a concept car for now, they plan to make it a production model for the 2013 line of cars. The luxury brand’s performance division (IPL) will most likely use the 3.7-liter V6 producing 338 PS and 374 newton meters of torque.
The tuners at AHG Sports have turned the Infiniti FX30dS into a Porsche Cayenne competitor with their new performance kit. With a price tag of €1250, the 3.0-liter V6 diesel powerplant now produces a satisfying 280 PS and 600 Nm of torque. These numbers are up from the factory Infiniti FX30dS specs of 283 PS and 550 Nm of torque. The Infiniti tuning company then went with new wheels on the FX30dS measuring 21-inches and wrapped in 295/40R21 tires. The cost of the wheel set is a pricey €7,900, but you will receive the 3-piece CC rims from Schmidt Revolution. Finally, AHG Sports added lowering springs to drop the Infiniti FX30dS suspension 25 mm for a price of €1,495 with installation included.
Here we have some badass pictures from carscoop of a tuning job performed by Access Evolution on the Infiniti G37. In Japan this car is known as the Nissan Skyline V36, but most people here in the states will recognize it as a G37, not a G35. The spider web like rims are definitely unique, but the flat black matte paint job is very interesting. Almost sort of a charcoal color, the only loud part that stands out on this Infiniti are the bright green calipers. The body kit comes from the Exclusive Sport line by Access Evolution, and features a badge less grille, carbon fiber front lip spoiler, carbon trunk spoiler, and a fiber-reinforced plastic trunk spoiler. Two new brake kits were also installed, the larger consisting of 355 mm discs and 4-piston calipers, while the rear received 2-piston calipers and 320 mm brake discs.