I’ve been thinking of this often lately. And I do agree with that. Something I do think people aren’t factoring in (myself included) is the middle ground solution. What I mean is there are these two camps: NA all day and boost me to the moon Tesla. My recent possible move to a 720s had me thinking “what’s the point when the Tesla goes so much faster?”After a certain speed, what’s the point? Most will never need or use the full power of these cars. It’s gotta be just for bragging rights. With Tesla’s new 1.9 Sec 0-60 there’s no point in chasing the others. Lamborghini is seldom the first but always the best in so many ways. There was a time when 0-60 times were important to me, but now I realize my car is so much more than that alone. JMO
I do think lambo does need to boost the performance and will boost it next gen but it looks like it comes in hybrid form. A lot of buyers are aping into lambos Due to the fear of missing out of getting NA engines but that would also go for all light weight high performance vehicles: boosted or not. It’s not just the NA engines disappearing but also the light weight, likely less beautiful designs and more problems with distance racing and long term reliability.
So I agree with both sides. OP did you post this after watching drag times video about the plaid outperforming those specific cars by any chance