Vettel Pilots Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge at Spa

Concepts

Hi-po sedan finally takes on its namesake.

The Q50 Eau Rouge super-sedan concept carries the name of one of motorsport’s most notorious high-speed corners. Widely regarded as one of the most challenging corners in the world, the Eau Rouge at Belgium’s Spa-Francorchamps is the focus of this promo video, featuring Sebastian Vettel, Parker Kligerman and, bizarrely, nine-ball champion Pan Xiaoting. Each had to travel as far as possible in the 560-hp 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6-powered sedan in an allotted time frame.

The four-time F1 champion unsurprisingly coming out on top saying: “Even though it was difficult to get a proper feel for the car’s performance due to the wet track, the engineering team have made definite improvements to the car in the areas of steering and suspension since I first drove it earlier in the year."

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