All manufacturers do that.Yeah, I'm still not a fan.
Apparently there's already plans for a "hot" version later down the line.
Why not just push out the best you can from the start....ugh
While this is true...It shouldn't be happening when you're bringing back an icon like this.All manufacturers do that.
There's the 335i, the 340i and then the M3 from BMW, the S63 AMG, the S65 AMG from Merc, the Golf GTi and the Golf R from VW.
The costs go up exponentially with a high end version like an M3.
Edit: oh and Ferrari is known for it's limited edition models like the Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale
Yeah im all for sharing platforms but when a company builds a new vehicle to takeover from a really iconic car you dont go share platform... I dont see the point rather leave the car and not build a new one then.Nissan and Renault share platforms, VW, Audi, Porsche, Bentley and Skoda are all basically an Golf with a new badge.