Infiniti All Set To Uncover The F1 Q50 Eau Rogue At Detroit Auto Show
Infiniti has confirmed its plan to launch a Formula One inspired Q50 concept car this January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Named ‘Q50 Eau Rouge’, the car has its name from one of the most exciting uphill corners of the Formula One track at Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium. The Eau Rogue corner at the Formula One track race circuit is believed to be one of the most complex routes to navigate for most drivers since it requires exceptional focus and strength. Infiniti, however, is not willing to disclose any details as yet.
A prestigious brand from the Japan-based automaker Nissan, the Infinity Q50 Eau Rogue flawlessly mixes road car technology with distinguished motorsport vision, giving customers a perfect blend of extreme performance and super class design.
The Infiniti Q50 Eau Rogue luxury car includes aerodynamic styling treatments having design ingredients influenced by Infiniti’s joint venture with the world championship winning team, Red Bull Racing. Since Infiniti has spent millions of dollars on its partnership with the Red Bull, the need for an exclusively Red Bull-inspired Infiniti was always felt.
The lone teaser image of the car released by the company suggests a deluxe design with a ventilated top, a mesh grille, front spoiler and side mirrors crafted out of carbon fiber. The public is hopeful that these improvements will not just be superficial but more than skin-deep.
The success of Infiniti’s designs emanate tremendously from its core belief in increased comfort and improved car performance. Infiniti’s Executive Design Director, Alfonso Albaisa remarked that the inclusion of an increased number of exclusive technologies formed an important foundation for Infiniti’s extreme performance vision. This belief is already signified by the broad customer base the corporation has in over 50 countries.
The Infiniti Q50 Eau Rogue is expected to be unveiled publicly for the first time on January 13th at a press conference in Detroit.