Though it hasn’t been confirmed for production, the Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge could cost $100,000 if it hits the market.
Speaking in an interview with Motor Trend, Infiniti President Johan de Nysschen spilled some more details about the Q50 Eau Rouge and what could possibly happen if it gets the green light for production. Currently, the Japanese automaker is considering producing the Q50 Eau Rouge in low volume of 250-500 units a year with only a two-year life cycle. As a result, it could end up being more exclusive than the BMW M3 or Mercedes C 63 AMG.
De Nysschen is not only pushing for the Q50 Eau Rouge to become a reality, but to apply the technology to other models. In other words, we could be seeing up to three different models sporting the GT-R’s powertrain under the hood including a high-end coupe and a luxury four-seater. As for how the concept drives, the company is currently working on shifting speed noting that the car needs a limited-slip rear differential.
GALLERY: Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge Concept
[Source: Motor Trend]
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