Infiniti is trying to establish itself as a major player in the luxury cars class. To get there, there is a lot left to do, such as creating sport versions of its models, with its first attempt, being the prototype Q50 Eau Rouge, which made an appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Behind the wheel of the Q50 Eau Rouge was Sebastian Buemi, a tester and reserve driver of the Infiniti Red Bull Racing and also Christian Horner the team leader.
Infiniti is performing continuous testing on the Q50 Eau Rouge, which is equipped with the 3.8 V6 of the GT-R, producing 568 PS. The aim of the car company is to bring it to production as soon as possible, probably in 2015.