The Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge concept christened after the iconic corner at Spa-Francorchamps race circuit in Belgium may command $100K and would perhaps be hand-built. According to Infiniti’s daunting leader, John de Nysschen, the company is looking at $100,000 a car and would be looking at 250 to 500 units a year.
Analysis of the current state of the business plan indicates that the firm may likely subsidize its car to boost affordability. At this rate of $100K, the Q50 Eau Rouge capable of 425 horse power would remain the most expensive Infiniti ever. Infiniti at the moment continues to work on a high-priced flagship coupe named the Q100.
There is seemingly sufficient evidence that Q50 Eau Rouge could be the fastest as well as the most entertaining ever-produced Infiniti believing that the production model comes with 560 horse power, 3.8-liter twin turbo V-6 plus all-wheel-drive associated with Nissan GT-R.