2010 Infiniti FX37S and FX50S Limited Edition

Article by Christian A., on August 26, 2010

Infiniti revealed today the FX Limited Edition, a fresh vehicle designed to offer some exclusivity among Infiniti owners. The new edition will be strictly limited to just 100 units across Western Europe and all of the 100 cars will be individually numbered.

Based on the FX37S and FX50S, the new edition comes in Black Obsidian ‘Scratch Guard’ paintwork (a self-healing paint) as standard with equally distinctive Moonlight White pearl metallic available as an option.

Furthermore, we have the ‘Turbine’ design alloys wheel wrapped in 265/45 R21W tyres. Inside, we find the Graphite leather upholstery complete with quilted stitching for the seats, doors and dashboard, to the opulent Alcantara trimmed headlining and roof pillars and wool carpets.

Also, we have real carbon fiber across the dashboard, centre console and door panels as well as the latest Hard Disk Drive (HDD) technology featuring a fully integrated satellite navigation system with 42-country, Europewide coverage and, in a world-first collaboration with Michelin Green Guide, a database of some 22,000 addresses.

The Connectiviti+ multi-media includes a powerful 11-speaker Bose Premium Sound System, a 10GB direct record Music Box plus a DVD player, USB port for MP3 players and Bluetooth hands-free mobile phone connectivity.

Additional features include electrically adjustable, heated and ventilated front seats, an electric sunroof, Infiniti’s keyless entry and start system, and magnesium paddle shifts that work in conjunction with the seven-speed automatic gearbox. The Infiniti FX37S Limited Edition price starts at 55,855 GBP while the Infiniti FX50S Limited Edition price starts at 62,035 GBP.

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