i was thinking the same, or what i was blowing on about = they wouldnt release it unless it beat the skyline, maybe they couldnt??I am really surprised they pulled the plug on this. After all the problems they had getting it this far and it seemed like all the hard work was done and then cancel it just before it goes in to production really seems crazy to me
Either that or they came across another problem and decided it wasn't worth throwing any more money at it
they were never going to do it unless they had forced inducktionIt's possible and of course Nissan have announced the Nur-Spec is currently being developed which will be in the region of 700BHP and maybe Honda said no point any more because it will just cost to much money. Especially as they do seem to be having some big financial issues
gm in the states are actually in a state, this ressesion affects everyoneShame! Perhaps its not the sort of car that will sell well in a recession. Perhaps things will pick up for them.
So first the gloomy F1 news and now this? It shows the car makers are all having a hard time at the moment.
well it certainly isnt parts,yip its when the bigger ones start to fall youve to worry as theyll take out others on the way down.
GMs been in trouble for a long time however think this is sending them over the edge.
Fords not far behind them.
would say the main thing keeping honda afloat in the main is engines
in fact just about anything that uses a engine honda build for them
my jennys a wolf one however the engine is a honda one just isnt marked up
i agree, they were faster and better looking tooNoooooooooooooooo! Long live Honda!
If I'm totally honest though, they have gone to 'green' lately, and I must admit that I prefer their older cars to the newer ones.