Add Larte Design’s carbon fiber elements to your Infiniti Q60S Coupe and you’ll undoubtedly make the car look even more worthy of its 405 PS (400 HP) and 475 Nm (350 lb-ft) of torque.
Starting with the front, you have the radiator grille framed by a carbon fiber surround, rather than chrome, whereas the lower part of the fascia features a custom splitter, boasting lateral winglets, like you get on a fighter jet.
You can even find carbon fiber around the fog lamps, to go with the air intake patch, side sill pad, rear diffuser and wing. Buyers can also opt for a set of Remus tailpipes, as well as to have all these parts made from either carbon or basalt, which is basically volcanic rock.
The German tuner clearly didn’t want to upset any of the Q60 Coupe’s imposing design lines, which is why these custom parts all seem to flow together visually with the rest of the car – similar to how M Performance parts work on BMW models.
Altogether, the Q60S Coupe is definitely the type of sporty two-door you wouldn’t mind seeing attract even more attention to itself. Thanks to its turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 unit, it can hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5 seconds flat, despite weighing a hefty 1,860 kg (4,100 lbs), about as much as a Mercedes E-Class.