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INFINITI Demonstrates Inspired
Performance At 2008 SEMA Show
LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Infiniti’s first
official exhibition at the Specialty Equipment Market
Association (SEMA) Show here showcases the brand’s inspired
performance with custom versions of the Infiniti G sports coupe
and sedan, M luxury performance sedan, EX personal luxury
crossover and QX full-size luxury SUV, all built by aftermarket
vehicle suppliers and customizers.
The five specially modified
Infiniti vehicles will be on display from Tuesday, November 4
through Friday, November 7 within Infiniti’s display located on
the upper level of the Las Vegas Convention Center’s South Hall.
2009 Infiniti G37 Sedan by
Automotive Design Concepts
With its European-inspired
performance, aggressive exterior and suede-lined interior, this
Infiniti G Sedan is equally as ready for the Autobahn as it is
as a night on the Vegas strip.First, the G37 was widened two
inches at all four corners by Auto Explosion – without the use
of a body kit. Its flared wheel wells were then filled with
20-inch Lexani LSS10 wheels fitted to Toyo Proxes 4 tires using
Motorsports Technology hub-centric spacers, Stillen Sport
cross-drilled rotors and Metal Matrix brake pads.
To complement the wide look,
Lexani bumper covers were added front and rear, and door handles
from the Infiniti M were also installed. Then, the G Sedan was
painted Sunset Red, an eye-catching selection from PPG
Industries’ Vibrance Collection Radiance II.
A K&N Filter – with a new dual cool-air
intake system – adds eight horsepower to the G Sedan’s 3.7-liter V6
engine, taking its total to 336, and Magnaflow Performance added a
2.5-inch dual stainless cat-back system finished with 4-inch
double-walled exhaust tips.
Inside, the craftsmanship and advanced
technology of the G Sedan is enhanced with a suede headliner and seat
inserts, and Advent HR7008 7-inch touch monitors with integrated
top-load DVD players and game controllers were installed on the backs of
the front headrests. Polk Audio supplied its Mobile Monitor Series
amplifier and speakers, with Tsunami providing the audio install kit and
accessories. Powering all of this equipment is Kinetik Audio’s power
(November 4, 2008)