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Larte Infiniti QX80 in Graphite Shadow

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If you have been looking for the world’s most intimidating car, look no further. We have found it in the Larte Infiniti QX80, a tuned version of the Japanese SUV by the now famous Russian tuner. The thing looks like a monster, but a rather charming one, like those you see in Disney movies.

Larte Design evidently wanted to do something different with the QX80 and ended up with a car that looks like nothing else on the road. So while this car is far from pretty, a lot of people will undoubtedly found its unique looks hugely appealing.

The best part of Larte Infiniti QX80 – or the worst, depending on your point of view – is the front-end design. There is a new front bumper with large air intakes, LED and fog lamps, and it is complemented with a massive front grille flanked by two extra grilles over the headlights. This combination results in a one of a kind look. The Qx80 is one of few cars in the world that needs a front view camera as well as a rear view, because it’s just so damn large.

The highlights of Larte Infiniti QX80 on the sides include the necessary running boards, chrome side grilles, and fender flares. At the back, the car gets a revised bumper with integrated diffuser and new tailpipes. Last but not least, the whole thing is painted in a rather exquisite Graphite Shadow.

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