With all the R&D it has to be starting higher than the Speedster I would think.
I would think, on the other hand the revision in the frame will allow benefits to the other cars.
I mean at this point the suspension must be moving away from P origins and be a unique car by itself. I wonder if @chines1 can enlighten us.
From the post:
• Double a-frame front suspension with adjustable coil overs. NOTE: For those of you that know Chuck and have followed my limited releases on the Coupe development, you know that this was a LONG part of the development process and we achieved a PROPER suspension geometry with virtually 0 bump steer.
• Inverted a-frame trailing arm rear suspension with 4 link and adjustable coil overs.
• Manual rack and pinion steering.
As for the price, Carey said I could mention that the basic MSRP was targeted at $65k. I can't imagine how it could be built for less.