The Goodwood Festival of Speed wrapped up on June 29th but Infiniti has finally gotten around to releasing footage of the Q50 Eau Rouge prototype storming up Lord March's driveway.

The Goodwood Festival of Speed wrapped up on June 29th but Infiniti has finally gotten around to releasing footage of the Q50 Eau Rouge prototype storming up Lord March's driveway.

Driven by Sébastien Buemi and Infiniti Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner, the prototype roared to life to celebrate its dynamic debut for the public. While the car's growling exhaust is drowned out by crappy techno music, the prototype features a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V6 engine that develops 568 PS (417 kW).

According to Infiniti Europe Vice President Francois Goupil de Bouillé, "The Festival of Speed attracts some of the world's most passionate enthusiasts – exactly our sort of people in other words. To be able to share this event with them, and introduce for the first time in Europe the Q50 Eau Rouge running prototype, was therefore brilliant – but even better to get such a positive reaction from everyone!"

While Infiniti hasn't confirmed plans for a production version, Infiniti President Johan de Nysschen has previously suggested the car could be relatively low volume and only have a two-year life cycle. He also said the model could cost $100,000 (€73,510) but the company might "subsidize each car in order to keep it within reach.”

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