seemed that Nissan’s luxury subsidiary wanted to leverage their investment in Formula 1 with the prototype Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge, a prototype that was presented at the North American International Auto Show and later returned to make an appearance in the prestigious Geneva Motor Show to unveil its secrets, mainly the origin of the engine block V6 coming straight from Japanese matagigantes Nissan GT-R .
Finally between bickering, this prototype designed to make competition to BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C63 was adrift. The former executive of the Japanese firm, Johan de Nysschen, has revealed that Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge has been canceled . According says Nysschen, Infiniti is more interested in driving aids that provide cars to drive, and that the future will unfortunately this way.
The Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge should have been a car Limited Production , with a price that should round 100,000 euros , a rate that places it at the same level as the new Mercedes-AMG C63 S and offering more power, since the block V6 Twin-Turbo is extracted no less than 560 hp and 600 Nm of torque . In short, touching goodbye to this prototype and settle Q50 diesel proved our friend Eduardo or with the hybrid version.
Source – WCF
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