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Old 07-24-2014, 10:52 PM
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Originally Posted by orthojoe View Post
Hmmmm... It appears they need to go back to the drawing board.

That's gold!
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Looks decent. Angular is due to come back around soon, and it is Japanese, so they can get away with it.

The last one changed the world when it came out in 1990- McLaren used it as a benchmark for the F1, etc. If this one is half as far ahead of its time it'll be worth every penny. It's being designed in the US, so it's not clear if it gets the A team, but perhaps that means you won't need to be a midget to drive it.

400 hp looks like it' from the V6 alone, so combined output with electric should be competitive- over 500 hp seems likely, and if they focus on experience again instead of numbers... could be very good. Assisted and new school instead of old, but if old school isn't an option you might as well go the whole way? I suspect it'll give whatever they aim it at a run for its money. Question is, what's it aimed at? 458, GT3? Or 991 Turbo S?

I didn't get the LFA when it came out- seemed overpriced. It was, and it still didn't make money. But as an experience I suspect it's awesome. I'd be surprised if this wasn't the same, assuming they choose their target well.
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At least we know the NSX is still being tested.
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