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Discussion in 'Auto News' started by Robin, Jul 30, 2018.
Initial thought... another one
Can't wait to put Milan Red on my Porsche 911, to be honest.
Read the title and thought it said Arabian.
It seems that every country wants to develop a hypercar nowadays.
For some reason, I like the looks of this car.
Looks too much like the sort of car you used to find either in Burnout or Ridge Racer: a caricature of a real world supercar.
Sounds like a real "Zero Surnames Given" attitude.
Well...that's a spectacularly ugly thing.
Unless some footage of it being driven in anger on a track somewhere shows up, this is just another art piece/"investment" that's going to be immediately stuffed into a climate controlled garage, then promptly forgotten about until the owner goes bankrupt and their collection gets repo'd by the bank's leg-breakers. Just like every other absurd boutique hypercar that's been announced over the last 15 years or so.
Why does everything have to look like a transformer?
Who wants to bet when will it go defunct?
And this was the last we hear from the Milan Red.
Given the looks and the specs, I wouldn't have been surprised if it was actually Arabian.
More than defunct: I bet that this is vaporware - this is the only time we'll hear about this car and we won't get another update. I've lived through far too many vaporware supercars already. SSC Tuatara, Devel Sixteen, a bunch of cars made after a few minutes of using SketchUp, etc.
I thought it was Australian...