^ Yup! And to add insult to injury, some will end up switching over to the new BRZ then bad mouthing Nissan for being late, and unreliable, blah blah blah. But, when the Z does finally show up, then those who jumped ship will def be the first to regret not waiting. As much as we all hate to wait, I think Nissan knows how much this community as well as the journalists and A list magazines will for 100% base Nissan's future sports car outlook and predictions based on what this Z offers up. So as a consumer as much as I can hate Nissan for not giving us more information (which I rant about daily), I will give them credit that they are taking their time (albeit much longer then others), but given the whole situation, I'd rather wait and have a much much more buttoned product then a half assed quick to market approach.i dont think changing the plant over is too difficult. i think it may be covid shortage issues on multiple fronts. everything is still so messy with shipping and production of materials.
as much as i think waiting longer will seriously decrease new Z sales it may just be what we gotta deal with. the problem i see is that the longer they wait the more and more the new Z will be behind the competition. yes it has a manual option which the supra does not but i always felt like the Z was behind tech/power wise on the competition from initial release. hopefully thats not the case with the new one.