Ekona Posted July 24, 2020 Share Posted July 24, 2020 The legendary Supra only sold 3600 models last year, so what will this sell? Half that at best? And how is making a car with retro styling going to attract younger buyers? I really hope Nissan didn’t spend £250M on this, as that’s way too much going on some crap maths by me. Assuming £35k selling cost (hey I’ll be optimistic!), 2000 cars a year over four years gives £280M income. Now assume each car costs £10k to build (incl labour and sell through costs etc) and you can see why I’m worried. This will need to be a £40k plus car minimum, prob nearer £45k, and then you’d be bonkers to buy one over the rivals. Just like how you’d be bonkers to buy a Supra over the rivals too. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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