Most vehicles leave the factory set up for an average driver's expectations and conditions. Tuning, on the other hand, has become a way to personalize the characteristics of a vehicle to the owner's preference. Cars may be altered to provide better fuel economy, produce more power, or to provide better handling. Either ways, the owner of standard vehicle surely needs tuning if he wants to personalize the vehicle he drives. 360 Elite Motorworks has just presented at SEMA the tuning program for the Lexus NX 200t F SPORT.
The Lexus NX 200t F SPORT upgraded by 360 Elite Motorworks is distinguished by an aggressive appearance due to an Artisan Spirits body kit which contains a front lip spoiler, restyled side skirts, a rear diffuser and black fender flares. The crossover is also equipped with a tailgate-mounted spoiler, LED daytime running lights and a set of 21-inch HRE P104 forged monoblock wheels wrapped in Toyo Proxes T1R Sport rubbers.
360 Elite Motorworks is responsible for placing a new air intake and a sports exhaust system that have the mission of increasing power of the 2.0-liter four cylinder engine. There's no word on performance specifications yet but it’s good to know that the standard model outputs 235 bhp (175 kW) and 258 lb-ft (349 Nm) of torque. So we expect a lot more from this tuning program for the Lexus NX.
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