Infiniti Q50 Eau Rogue Concept Photo Gallery (23 Photos)

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If the concept car we saw this week at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit is a reliable indicator, the hot-looking Infiniti Q50 luxury sedan could be on the fast track to a faster version. As its name indicates, the Q50 Eau Rogue concept, a performance variant of the regular G25/G37 successor, is influenced by Infiniti's ties to Formula One racing and wears the looks to back up its name.

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The Q50 Eau Rouge wears widened rear fenders and aerodynamic carbon-fiber body enhancements. It rides on blacked-out 21-inch forged alloy wheels, and bright trim work around the grille, windows and door handles is toned down with matching dark chrome matte accents for a sinister look. Check out the photo gallery below.

Cars.com photos by Steven Pham.

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