Rowen International, one of Japan’s most eccentric tuners, has revealed their brand-new styling kit for the biggest Infiniti of them all, the QX56. The weird looks of the SUV is complemented here with an equally peculiar looking kit, but the end result is pretty unique and impressive.
The main features of Rowen Infiniti QX56 body kit includes an awesome new front grille that looks like one of those coats of arms you find in Japan’s imperial palaces, front half spoiler with LED lights, flared wheel arches, side vents, new running boards, subtle striping, roof spoiler, tailgate spoiler, and a rear diffuser with cutouts for four large tailpipes.
The exhaust system installed on Rowen Infiniti QX56 is a stainless steel system and actually costs more the body kit. The styling package is a mere 148,000 Yen, while the exhaust runs for 260,000 Yen. We’re sure it’s great, but having a loud sport exhaust system on a big family SUV does not make much sense.
Rowen, like most other tuners from that part of the world, has a unique and immediately recognizable styling that is decidedly Japanese and may not go down well in Europe or America. But it’s a breath of fresh air if you are not satisfied with what all those Euro firms offer.