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Sebastian Vettel's Customized Infiniti FX - Web Exclusive

The one-off model gains a personalized interior, with carbon accents reflecting its use on the exterior of the car.

Greg Emmerson
Sep 6, 2011

With Infiniti cars sponsoring the Red Bull F1 team this season, the company has announced it will display a Sebastian Vettel FX at the upcoming Frankfurt auto show.

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Designed by and built for the reigning F1 World Champion, the Vettel-badged road car is claimed to be the lightest, fastest and most aerodynamic FX yet.

It was apparently built to create a 300km/h (186mph) Crossover that Vettel could drive on Germany's unrestricted Autobahns.

Based on the V8-powered FX50S Premium, the Sebastian Vettel FX features engine, suspension and body upgrades, with key aerodynamic enhancements implemented following input from Red Bull Racing.

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The one-off model also gains a personalized interior, with carbon accents reflecting its use on the exterior of the car.

By Greg Emmerson
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