Nissan's always had the GT-R...that shouldn't have been fought about. Infiniti is more luxury anyway and doesn't need a high performance car such as the GT-R
Oh not me. I will leave it there just like I have on my tC for a very specific reason.Like I've said before in other posts, as long as it comes into production similar to what the concept car is, I'd be happy with that. But I probably would debadge it :naughty:
Yea, I have been racing my tC going on 4 years now, so I'm pretty proud of its accomplishments. It also helps to be a Scion owner when the fastest FWD Time Attack car in the country and possibly world is also a Scion tCI guess I'm not a Scion person, and the likelihood I will get an FT-86 is not high. Although I do like the car quite a bit, I have other projects I would like to undertake first And other cars I would like to buy before the 86. But yes, given that it is similar to the concept, it will be a quick little bugger.
I've never known a tC to be anything else except slow (stock) or quick (turboed/modified), certainly not anything great in the handling department.Oh not me. I will leave it there just like I have on my tC for a very specific reason.
"When you see my tail lights, you will know without question that it was a Scion that just walked you".
LOL...So many haters, I leave mine there on purpose. Especially when Evo's, STI's, Honda boys talk crap, only to watch me pull away from them. They never expect a Scion to be quick. I love watching mouths drop open wondering how they just lost to a tC.
Still not a tC fan, no matter how quick. lol. Especially now. I like how it drives and shifts (in the manual), but the styling kinda sucks. Now, I LOVE the look of the FT-86 concept, and modding that would be a beautiful machine.