Members of the Infiniti Red Bull Racing team will take it up to Goodwood Hill
Making its first ever active appearance in public, the Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge prototype will be at the Goodwood Festival of Speed for the public to see up and close and personal, and in action.
Powered by a 3.8-liter, V6 twin-turbo with 568-hp, the Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge will taken up the Goodwood Hill by Christian Horner, Infiniti Red Bull Racing Team Principal and Sebastian Buemi, Infiniti Red Bull Racing's Test and Reserve Driver.
Buemi will also be available on the Infiniti hospitality stand for a question and answer session regarding the Formula One season so far and what we can expect going forward while the Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge prototype will be at the "First Glance" display area close to the start line so guests can get up close and personal with the Infiniti concept.
After appearing at the North American International Auto Show as a static design concept, the Q50 Eau Rouge has since progressed and was at the Geneva Motor Show with its thoroughbred V6 engine installed. In April, during the Beijing motor show, Infiniti announced it has reached a further step forward towards a production version with a full working prototype now undergoing tests and evaluation.
The most powerful Infiniti ever has not been confirmed for production, but Infiniti will continue to listen to feedback from potential customers.