And you think this remark is worth a thread of it's own instead of adding it to an existing thread about the cayman?Akira said:Yes, I know it's a old news. I was just saying that Caymen seem to be the euro version of NSX.
Akira said:Umm... okay so back to the topic...
So I was saying... I fell in love with NSX, and now I may be able to get one. BUT I see this new Caymen S, which should be very similar in performance and cost to NSX. Now I don't know what to do... In one hand, NSX was my dream car. But in other hand Caymen is newer and more modern... So what do you think?
Akira said:So the new Cayman will have around 290HP, light weight, mid engine, around $90K (estimated) etc.. It sounds a lot like this one car that I know... :wink:
Akira said:Your right, my heart says NSX... But my brain says Cayman is more wise choice... Damn, this is hard.
Told u so.. see my post above yours.... he he he :biggrin:Akira said:Little update... So I am almost to the point where I can't think anything else except NSX! :biggrin: I just put my old car to autotrader (350Z twin turbo) today and now my search for the perfect NSX begains. :smile:
Osiris_x11 said:The mid-range Porsche model is supposed to slotted between the Boxster & the 911. In the magz it was stated to be a revised Boxster in a coupe form, morseso tuned for the track. A more upmarket Lotus Elise per se'.
I would assume it'll be a $60k model (much more after spec'd w/ Porsche's "optional equipment"). It can't be priced much higher...