Lots of good advice. Been daily driving a 580-2 for the past 19 months, owned a 610 briefly before but not a fan of the AWD.Looking to maybe get rid of my 610-4 and upgrading to an Evo. But I'm kind of in a first world problem situation. I either get a new evo 640, Or keep my current 610 and get a 991.2 Turbo S or 720s. Or get rid of the 610 and wait for an F8 to be come available. I could get an Evo and still get a Turbo S or 720s but after just dropping 350k on a boat this year I'm not sure I want to keep putting that much in a depreciating asset.
Another question, what kind of pricing are you guys getting/seeing on ordering an Evo? My dealer wants me to make an offer.
My next car I am thinking 488 vs EVO RWD. Now I've added a MC20 to the mix but possibly a few years from now as I don't like to own the first year of a new model prefer any issues to be ironed out by year 2. Seeing how much modern exotics depreciate, I've lately had a preference for low mileage one owner examples still under warranty. For example, a friend bought a loaded 2018 488 with 2000 miles for $140K off MSRP. I told him I got first dibs when he trades in for his F8 Spider.
A new TurboS or F8 is going to have a steep depreciation. Agree the F8 is much improved over the 488 but it is going to cost a lot more. Also agree the interior looks dated and derivative of the 458. TurboS driving dynamics don't excite me. Owned a GT3, if you are going Porsche go GT3 or RS. Will maintain value better than TurboS and be more fun to drive.
Agree used McLaren's are attractive due to significant depreciation first owner incurs. That being said the new 765LT looks fantastic. I would always hesitate buying a new McLaren though. Used 720s are a steal.