If there's one thing I hate, it's stupid people.
You know, the folks that cruise well BELOW the speed limit in the left lane, loud talkers and people that just don't "get it." Although I LOVE some of you Spies, some of you fall into that category.
That's because when I saw Agent 009 post about the Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge CONCEPT car this past week and that it COULD cost upwards of $100,000 per unit, there was a lot of negative discussion.
The CONCEPT vehicle essentially is a Nissan GT-R that's be put into the Q50's body. Being that it's a Q50 though it will feature slightly better trimming — the GT-R is quite Infiniti-like as is — and room for four, while the GT-R is a two plus none. And, if you click "Read Article" below and see Johan de Nysscen's comments, it's VERY clear it will be a reskinned GT-R IF it becomes reality. Production of 250-500 units — GT-R sells about 1,000 units in the U.S. annually — "hand built," etc.
Of course the cherry on top is that, frankly, NOTHING will perform even close to this because as we've seen with the GT-R, it blows away most exotics. It's funny how MT brings up the M3 because in all honesty if this is what we're expecting, nothing will hold a candle to it except possibly the new Corvette Z06 and high-end supercars.
So, I have to ask: "WHY is everyone SO SURPRISED about the possibility the Q50 will cost upwards of $100,000?"