The Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge Will be Damn Expensive

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And very much a limited edition project.

Originally revealed as a concept at this year’s Detroit AutoShow, the Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge managed to garner even more attention when itwas announced that the car – if and when it made production – would feature theNissan GT-R’s engine. Also, it was said that the sedan’s take on the 3.8-litertwin-turbo V6 will be tuned to create 560 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque.Now, the Infiniti boss has told Motor Trend precisely how unattainable thisgreatness will be to the average buyer.

While stating that he is in fact pushing for the Eau Rouge’sproduction, Johan de Nysschen said that the car, requiring extensivehand-crafting, would in fact lose money for the company with every unit sold.Thus, it is likely to be limited to a two-year run, with 250-500 unitsmanufactured each year. To get your hands on this special edition, you’ll haveto dig deep into your pockets and come up with upwards of $100,000.

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