Official: Infiniti releases a few more details on Sebastian Vettel’s 186-mph…

I didn’t like it when BMW effed around with the X5/6 – I’m not too sure about this.

via Autoblog by Noah Joseph on 9/1/11


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Infiniti FX Sebastian Vettel edition

When you’re the reigning F1 world champion – and well on your way to a repeat performance – you should be able to get your hands on any car you want. And in Sebastian Vettel‘s case, that’s the Infiniti FX.

In fact, the young German already owns one and drives it back home in Germany in between grands prix and Infiniti promotional events. But he’s about to get a version catered more to his tastes. And considering his proven taste for speed, that’s bound to translate to some big performance figures.

Of course, Infiniti isn’t telling us much in the way of details, preferring instead to tease us incrementally with a video, a solitary picture and now four more as the vehicle’s unveiling in Frankfurt approaches. What it is telling us is that the FX Sebastian Vettel edition is based on the top-spec FX50S Premium and features modifications to the engine, suspension and body, and should be capable of speeds in excess of 300 km/h (186 mph).

We’ll evidently have to wait a little longer for further details, but for now you can check out the images in the gallery and the press release after the jump for a closer look.

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