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Old 03-30-2018, 04:55 AM
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Who buys these kinds of cars? Is that market really that large?
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Old 03-30-2018, 07:33 AM
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Who buys these kinds of cars? Is that market really that large?
I do have the impression that 80 - 90 % of these "never heard of before" exotics disappear before any kind of proper - even small scale . production ever starts. After all, this is still a render, and even if they make it to motor shows, they are often rolling prop ups or some very crude work in progress underneath a glass fiber body.

And if they are ever made, the production figures are usually 1 or low 2 digit figures, and just think of occasional appearances in stuff like Top Gear (Zenvo, Bac Mono), most of them don't work properly, catch fire or break down immediately...
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Old 03-30-2018, 12:17 PM
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I do have the impression that 80 - 90 % of these "never heard of before" exotics disappear before any kind of proper - even small scale . production ever starts. After all, this is still a render, and even if they make it to motor shows, they are often rolling prop ups or some very crude work in progress underneath a glass fiber body.

And if they are ever made, the production figures are usually 1 or low 2 digit figures, and just think of occasional appearances in stuff like Top Gear (Zenvo, Bac Mono), most of them don't work properly, catch fire or break down immediately...
No, usually is it people that have money and want to build a car for themselves. Given the work they put in, they are capable of build more if someone wants one too, like it is the case of Ariel and BAC Mono. Just a different way of promoting their build: official website or tuning show/magazine.
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