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Limited Edition Inifiniti FX For Europe

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Infiniti FX was a groundbreaking crossover when it was launched years ago, and still looks cool today with the funky face of its second generation. Now the Japanese luxury brand announced a limited edition of the car for Western Europe, limited to 100 units, featuring  new styling cues, paintjobs and interior.

Called simply Infiniti FX Limited Edition it comes with two exclusive exterior colors, Black Obsidian ‘Scratch Guard’ and optional Moonlight White pearl metallic. It also has unique 21 inch ‘Turbine’ design alloy wheels finished in dark Graphite, and special radiator grille, side air vents and roof rails.

The interior of the FX Limited Edition has become even more luxurious than before thanks to a blend of leather, Alcantara and carbon fiber trimming on the dashboard, centre console and door panels, replacing the standard ‘cello flame maple wood veneer.

As you expect from a Limited Edition luxury car it is lavishly equipped. You get the Connectiviti+ technology package as standard which provides fully integrated navigation, communication and entertainment system including an 11-speaker Bose® Premium Sound System, the Michelin Guide, full iPod connectivity and a 10GB music box with Gracenotes database. Infiniti also offers Around View Monitor as an option.

This car can be had with both V6 and V8 engines in FX37S and FX50S models, 18 units of this model are bound for the UK market with pricing start at £55,855 for the 320hp FX37S and £62,035 for the 390hp FX50S.

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