Tuning Kits

Tuning kits for Maserati,
Mercedes, Tesla, Porsche and Infiniti

More Body kits for Infiniti,
Lexus, Mercedes and Range Rover models

Materials for creating the tuning packages

ABS-plasticABS-plasticA shock-proof plastic based on a acrylonitrile-butadiene copolymer and styrene (applied in the production of cases for radio- and television appliances, automobile parts and furniture)


  • Low prices (e.g., compared to carbon or polyurethane)
  • Quite a good shockproof and flexibility index (under reasonable twisting deformations ABS-plastic does not break and restores its initial shape)
  • Satisfactory accuracy in moulding (i.е. accuracy in product making, which is evident during its installation on the vehicle)

PolyurethanePolyurethanePlastic, comprising polymers, containing a urethane group macromolecule backbone -NH-CO-O-


  • Very high quality of parts with no need to trim and finish them before painting
  • High industrial-scale production speed (the premix is fed under pressure to a closed mould) — the production of 1 element takes 1-2 minutes

Composite materialComposite materialThis material is based on high-quality heat treated glass fibre, filled with resin binder (the material has been TUV certified in Germany)


  • Light material
  • Elastic during the part production and easy to repair
  • Capable of restoring its initial shape after shocks that do not entail the destruction of the element
  • Provided compliance with the technological process the quality of the composite material is not lower than that of ABS-plastic and polyurethane

CarbonCarbonComposite material (belonging to the class of carbon fibre reinforced plastic materials, filled with carbon (graphite) particles, flakes and fibres


  • Very high quality of a part, which does not require any finishing
  • Maximum durability combined with minimum weight
  • Carbon is 40% lighter than steel and 20% lighter than aluminium
  • Carbon plastic parts are lighter and more durable than those of glass plastic
  • Original appearance (thin elements with sharp edges)

Basalt fibreBasalt fibreThe material, obtained from natural minerals by their melting and further transformation into fibre without using any chemical additives


  • High quality of a part, which does not require any finishing
  • Lightness, durability and environmental-friendliness
  • The production of basalt is cheaper than that of aluminium or carbon
  • Basalt fibres are highly resistant to organic substances (oil, solvents etc.), as well as to alkali and acids
  • By its features it is close to carbon and enables to create parts with original appearance (thin elements with sharp edges)

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17921 Sky Park Circle, Building 28, Unit F 92614 Irvine, CA
1 (888) 830-3368 larte@larte-design.com
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