Setting the Joneses' curtains twitching are new dark chrome details for the grille, foglight surrounds and side air scoops, a new smoked finish for the headlights, black door mirrors and roof rails, and massive 21in six-spoke alloy wheels in, er, black.
There are four other trims underneath the range-topper - GT, GT Premium, S and S Premium. The entry-level models come with 20in alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlights, keyless entry and go, automatic lights and wipers, an electric sunroof and Bluetooth as standard, while upgrading to GT Premium adds Infiniti's safety technology, LED rear lights, a Bose sound system and an infotainment system with sat nav and a 30GB hard drive included.
The mid-range S models get 21in alloy wheels, sports seats, adaptive suspension and rear-wheel steering thrown into the package, while the S Premium trim adds sat nav, a Bose sound system, a 360-degree camera and adaptive cruise control.
As for the engine line-up there was a 235bhp V6 diesel, which we are driving here, although the range now consists on Infiniti's venerable 3.7-litre V6 and a 5.0-litre V8 producing 315bhp and 384bhp respectively.