Because most buyers won't ever be using on a track nor illegally boy-racing it around the streets. Those that do do such things will be busily ruining the car in many ways anyway. so will get whichever tyres they want.
There's ALWAYS ALWAYS a need to test drive.
Although the new Z is based on a lot of the old 370Z, there are also lots of differences. Even at the most basic level, the styling changes to the body may mean you find it more difficult or easier to see out of.
The definition has blurred more recently, but a "muscle car" tends to be all brawn and no finesse - it goes fast in a straight line, but can't do corners. (Some definitions also require a V8 engine.). Whereas a true "sports car" has far more finesse and can go around corners.
If they were the...
Not sure the new Z actually has a "real manual" gearbox. :( With the rev-matching and no-lift gear changes, there has to be some sort of electronic gimmickry going on, but hopefully not as bad as the automatic-in-"manual-mode" silliness.
That happens in most industries. This thing the 'business experts' call "competition" doesn't really exist. Most companies basically match whatever price their "competitor" is able to sell a similar product for.
Apple makes the iPhone, so Samsung releases their top-end phones at around the...
Tesla Driver on Trial for Autopilot Crash That Killed Two
It's the first time a U.S. driver is being prosecuted for deaths in a crash where Autopilot was involved.
About time. Far too many fools think it is actual autonomous driving. Tesla should be in court for misleading...