Remember the term "velocitized" from driver's education class? It's the term used to describe when you're on the highway going 80 mph, then you get off and 35 mph feels like you're crawling. Take that feeling and multiply it by 100, and that's maybe what Sebastian Vettel deals with when he finishes driving his F1 car and gets into an average everyday vehicle. 

He wanted to make sure that whatever he was driving out on the road, it would be top-notch and pretty quick. He and Infiniti joined forces to create this special edition of the Infiniti FX50 S, which they announced will cost $155,000. The 5.0-liter V8 puts out 414 horsepower, has a top speed of 186 mph, and can get to 60 from a standstill in 5.6 seconds. The suspension was also set up by Vettel himself, and the carbon fiber aero kit was created by his Red Bull Racing team. Only 200 will be produced, 50 going to Europe, and the other 150 headed to the Middle East. 

[via Car Advice]