You're probably a ways out still from needing to choose. Just wait and see what the market is like. When you need to confirm you will know delivery timeline and what these are selling at.
*IF* people are buying these for 10-20k over sticker there is nothing "douchey" about flipping it.
I also really prefer the 20's from the R1T. Hopefully thats an alternative for the R1S. Right now I have my build equipped with the 22's, but living in the mountains would require a better tire option in the winter.
I originally configured with the 22" option. I reserved an R1S, but I prefer the 20's on the R1T. If those are available for the R1S I'll do that. Those Perelli AT's are really good in the snow and not noticeably louder on the road.
Spot on. We will see what happens. I've been historically very happy with the results of SPAC investments and am currently holding several without targets so I'm selfishly hoping for this route. Cheers
I cant imagine any company bringing a $80k~ automotive product to market with many issues from a user interface/experience/roadworthy perspective. This is going to be competitive with every other highline product from known manufacturers.
I dont need to drive a Model X, Cayenne or a 700hp Land...
A lot more companies are going public via SPAC's versus IPO's recently. These are more accessible to retail investors, but unpredictable regarding what company you may end up investing into.
Lots of information online regarding how these work and the risk/return associated.
I'm motivated to prefer leasing on this type of vehicle for a few reasons.
Carry cost is less like you mentioned. It has less to do with affordability vs a mentality of not tying up funds/building equity in an asset that will grossly depreciate. Cars are falling into the old saying "If it...