Larte Design Gives Infiniti QX80 An Aggressive Makeover

Despite multiple facelifts and a name change, the second-generation Infiniti QX80 is no spring chicken. In fact, it’s been around since 2010 and by today’s standards, it’s not exactly ‘the’ SUV to have.

The 2018 version of the car features a new front fascia with a more prominent grille, new headlights and taillights, an updated rear bumper, revised air intakes, new fender vents and that’s pretty much it.

But what about full-size SUV customers who prefer something that looks more aggressive? Well, as of right now, they can turn their attention to Larte Design, which has put together a body kit worth $15,990, set to go on sale starting this September – although you can pre-order it now.

Even compared to the restyled 2018 version, Larte’s take on the QX80 makes this large premium SUV look like something else entirely. It comes with redesigned front and rear fascias, air intakes, side skirt add-ons, an all-new black grille, four oversized oval tailpipes and a massive rear apron.

The most eye-catching piece of kit is undoubtedly the front spoiler, composed of several big air intakes, wings, blades, spoilers, a diffuser, big wire-mesh opening and multiple other angular structures. Last but not least, is the custom badge, which sits proudly in the middle of the grille, so as to announce that this isn’t your regular soccer mom SUV.

We expect the German tuner to reveal more images of this body kit in the near future.

  • Dude

    Honestly better than the current one that’s bland has hell. I could see the rich kids of UCLA driving these.

    • Perry F. Bruns

      I am happy to agree with you on the first sentence. I am sad to agree with you on the second sentence.

      • The Madman

        looool

  • TheBelltower

    This is awful. But no worse than the stock QXwhatever.

  • John Smith

    A face only an oil sheikh could love.

  • Bo Hanan

    It looks like there should be a catcher-basket in the back for the potatoes.

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