LeftieBiker wrote:Oh, gods. It's got three fantastic quarter views, and a nose-on view that makes me want to hurl, projectile style. A real deal-breaker, that nose.
I dunno --- I think that shot might be a little off-center. Some of the other straight-on pics that I have seen don't look bad at all.
I'm completely sucked in on this one. In one of the articles, Palmer hints that this will cost less than a 370, so I'm running various build-your-own 370Z calculations. The Z starting prices go from 29K to 38k depending on the trim level. That means the BladeGlider could be affordable if they get it out before the federal incentives are gone.
Anyway, I hope they keep the narrow-as-possible front track and the seating for 3. Just looks cool! Although, I guess you would need to keep the sliding seat to prevent dealing with super wide sills. Any way, that single seat cockpit just inflames the boy-race in me. Can't wait to drive something based on the Delta Wing. According to Top Gear, it sounds like one of those rare paradigm shifts.