| JFK wrote |
| speedfreak975 wrote |
Burn Rubber wrote
|Haha i didn't do anything , and I'm glad you got my point and after all it's up to your personal preference. |
-- Last edit: 2015-09-26 23:27:17
| Burn Rubber wrote |
Well, with all respect towards your opinion . You are missing the main point of modern cars. They are not trying to mimic their predessors. Modern Cars ain't classics with gadgets. They do the opposite in fact. The P1 and LaFerrari are nothing like their predessors when it comes with their build, yet like their predessors they are trying to achieve the same goal making them similar ( create the epitome of Hypercars ) I hope it makes sense.
It's like the AE86 and GT86 both cars are miles apart in built, yet so similar because the company's goal in both models was to create a fun lightweight underpowered RWD sports car simply focuses on burning rubber
-- Last edit: 2015-09-26 22:43:41
|i respectively disagree, The P1 is not trying to capture the fun of the F1. The P1 is the reincarnation of creating the ultimate hypercar. the F1 back then was undefeated with its looks,speed and performance. This was their goal with the P1 and they succeeded immensely. the car is what the F1 would have been if it was created in the 21th. just because you as a person (enzo, burn rubber) dont like the car doesnt mean its crap or bad. and Mclaren is a dead serious company i never saw "fun" in their equations.|
|I like the design actually, to be honest, most modern japanese cars aren't as cool as the classic ones but that's just my opinion, this also apply to some european cars, like the mclaren, which in my opinion the mclaren F1 Cars still has the coolest design among all mclarens|
|Do different locations every batch or different positions to keep it diverse|
|i also didnt understand the design, but i drove it in GT4 and its quite decent|
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