It’s on tonight, because hips don’t lie
The Infiniti marque is not used in Japan. However, the Infiniti Q50 is sold as a Nissan Skyline in Japan and retains Infiniti badging, though without the Infiniti brand or name. Most Infiniti models have direct equivalents in the Japanese domestic market Nissan lineup. The Infiniti Q60 is the successor to the Infiniti G coupe and convertible. The first generation Q60 was a re-badged Infiniti G coupe.
This particular Q60 is not the first wide body Infiniti we come across, though it’s for sure one of the better looking ones. It all starts with the Ferrada Forged FR7 wheels. Going wide has it consequences, and in this case wider fenders couldn’t be ruled out.
They are made in metal, and so a refreshment in the world of bolt-on fenders we’re living in right now. The lowering car is an act executed with products from AccuAir, and brings this car with the push of a few buttons to instant show-modus. ARK-performance is responsable for the sport exhaust with new downpipes and carbon fiber finishing.
The front bumper comes in RS-look, and gives the car a lot more identity. The carwrap in olive green is a good choice since the military-look is a fashion statement these days. Other modifications are a spoiler lip on the tailgate, black grille, removed badges, hood scopes, and under the bonnet air-intake, chiptuning, etc.
… Read more in AUTOMOTIV Issue #22