Twenty-five years ago, Infiniti pulled the covers off its very first vehicle – the groundbreaking Infiniti Q45 performance luxury sedan at the 1989 North American International Auto Show. That year a Japanese automaker created a stir at the heart of the American domestic car industry, signaling its intent to challenge the traditional European luxury brands with a flagship sedan capable of going head-to-head in terms of performance and engineering.
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This year Infiniti returns to the North American International Auto Show with the Formula-one inspired Q50 Eau Rouge (named after the world-famous corner at the Formula One track in Spa-Francorchamps). Speaking of both Infiniti’s past and future, Vice President, Infiniti Americas Michael Bartsch said: “Performance is a key pillar of Infiniti’s DNA, and the Q50 Eau Rouge expresses a deepened design interpretation of that. We can’t wait to see what the next 25 years bring.”