This car is amazing engineering, but seriously folks, its "WHY RUH". It ain't that hard.
After researching the "WHY RUH" more, it really is a sweet car.
I have to say, though (and this really goes to show how far car engineering has advanced), the performance specs seem a bit underwhelming in its price category.
The thing apparently goes 0-60 in 3.3 seconds, with an ~11.2 quarter mile. These are great numbers, but not anymore, and not for a $1m+ car.
I realize there is far more to this car than accelaration numbers. However, there are a number of sub-$500,000 cars out htere that accelarate significantly faster, not to mention then upcoming hybrid Enzo and hybrid Porsche.
I will withhold judgment until I see a full magazine review. But perhaps a lightly modified AMG mercedes engine doesn't quite hack it in a $1.0m+ supercar?
Either way, I love this thing!!!
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