They also said there is a mule being tested here in the US. Curious if it's in the S. Cal area?
The are seems to be very stable on the track. Looking sharp.
It looks like a $50,000 sports car that would usually only have around 300-350 hp. The extra 200 or so horsepower, weight, height and rear seats are not worth the extra 100k. I'm sure somebody will buy it though.
It would have been great for them to have different versions of it like Audi does with their S and RS versions. They would sell a lot more that way
I agree. A base $60,000 model with only 350 or so horsepower V6 or V8 would be better suited and realistic. Let the Type R or Type S version include the V-10 engine with more performance/weight reduction/suspension etc. I think Honda is just bitter for Nissan doing so well with the GTR and they have jumped the band wagon of sacrificing design for performance. At least the LFA almost had me thinking it was a mid-engine.
Ah, yes. I spoke too soon. All the venting to the rear gave me the impression it was mid engined. I was wrong.