One of the grosser symptoms of late-stage you-know-what to manifest in car culture lately has been the scalping of limited-production sports cars. Nothing, not even a legally binding contract, has yet succeeded in stopping the wealthy from flipping cars for effortless profits larger than most Americans’ net worth. So, with a Le Mans prototype-derived hypercar on the way, Toyota has become wary of these super-rich supercar scalpers and will try to keep them out in the cold as evidenced by a customer questionnaire that’s circulating online. For the full story, check out this article from The Drive.
Want Toyota’s New 986-HP Hypercar? You Have to Answer These Questions First