I disagree. Human behavior is what it is, but it reacts to supply and demand. And the supply of supercars is crazy high and seems only likely to increase. Behavior will adapt to that.You guys are over reacting. Nothing fundamental about human behaviour has changed, we are simply in a perfect storm for sports cars, at the moment. Once everything has corrected, including the supply side, things will carry on, as before. Wealthy folks will still want an exclusive car. Performance never really mattered, only the perception of it. I think we are looking at 1-3 years for the dust to settle and see who is left standing. The lease and inventory cycles have to play out.
On the other hand, Chris, you listed a bunch of rare cars that are actually holding up quite well vs MSRP. Those are not the cars we are talking about. We are talking about tens of thousands of leased regular series production cars like 720S, 570S, Huracan, etc.
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I do agree that the bubble has burst a bit, and we have a pandemic and civil unrest etc etc going on, so the market right now is aberrant and it doesn't make much sense to extrapolate from it. That said, I think the supply side has fundamentally changed.
Curious why think things will go back to normal at some point with so many more supercars out there 6th?