Impul 651S based on 2011 Infiniti M

Article by Christian A., on January 25, 2011

One of the aftermarket creations that stood out early on at the 2011 Tokyo Auto Salon is the Impul 651S, a tuning pack intended for the new Infinity M. The Japanese tuning firm made modifications on both the exterior and its technical aspects. The premium saloon received engine tweaks that include a new exhaust system, larger throttle bodies and an ECU remap.

The upgrades are available for the M37 and M25 versions. However, the M56 (which held a strong potential) has not been modified in any way. According to a company statement, the EXTRA POWER KIT results to more power and leads to “unparalleled responsiveness.”

The device consists of IMPUL Hi Power Control Unit and big throttle valves. Power is boosted further with the use of premium gasoline for the EXTRA POWER KIT. The company explained that throttle valves will enhance the performance of a car that already has the IMPUL Hi Power Control Unit.

The vehicle received a long array of tech features that target the suspension. The tuner installed new springs and dampers and it also upgraded the braking system, which now uses six-pot calipers with 370x32 mm rotors at the front and four-pot calipers with 355x30mm rotors at the rear.

The tuning company’s exterior package includes a front bumper, front grille, side skirts, rear bumper, rear wing aside from other amazing features.

Infiniti is pitting its own definition of an executive car against the best that Europe can offer. It has introduced the new Infiniti M performance saloon, which is loaded with remarkable power, performance and technology mixed with Infiniti’s signature sophistication and luxury.

This all-new Infiniti M Line is officially arriving in the United States, with sales of its petrol and diesel V6 versions in Europe bound to start in September 2010. Infiniti will also offer a petrol-electric hybrid in Europe in 2011. It will be the first Infiniti M to be sold at all of the premium carmaker’s 34 world markets, including Western Europe.

Amazingly, the new Infiniti M is also loaded with industry-first features as well as the advanced Safety Shield technology. Truly, the new Infiniti M is the latest vehicle that showcases Infiniti's unwavering commitment to enthusiastic design and an enjoyable driving experience.

The Infiniti M Line effectively takes Infiniti's saloon range in Europe -- including the Infiniti G37 - to a whole new level. Luxury and performance are well-embedded into the rear-wheel-drive Infiniti that measures 4,945 mm in length.

Moreover, the interior of the Infiniti M has been luxuriously designed and finished, using only natural materials for its luxurious look. Outside, the Infiniti M borrows the flowing lines of the Essence concept. With more to offer, the new Infiniti M is a great and exclusive alternative to the traditional leaders of the executive class like the BMW 5-series and Mercedes E-Class.

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