It's a nice looking car, but that's a £90,400 base price, with well-nigh £20,000 worth of options. £2k for the paint, £3k for the wheels. £1200 for the leather seats, another £1200 for aircon, & sundry £500 or so for non-standard carpets, wood trim on the dash, and another for the transmission tunnel wood, head rest logo, speakers, lockable glove box & so on.
All of which should generate decent profits :-)
But good grief - and yes, I'm biased - that's the sort of money people used to pay for a V8!
feels like this is an
'things were much cheaper in my day' alert!
... I know I spent £20k on options some 5 years ago, but that got me big ticket items like a paddle auto box, side exhausts, and a carbon fibre hardtop along with tailoring the trim , wood & paint. Today it feels like you've got to spend that much for some fairly basic choices.