With all due respect, my response would be that when the car is on the road, and can legitimately claim to be quicker than either of the two aforementioned Nissans, then perhaps one can afford to be somewhat anal about what it's called.Sal Collaziano said:The thread on that board is annoying the hell outta me. What the "F" is with the "Spec-V" crap?! It's not a damn Nissan F'ing Sentra! I signed up - WAITED A DAMN DAY to get my account activation email - activated and NOW I have to wait to be approved by somebody before I can post. What a damn hassle! How do they have ANY members?! I wanna get in there and let it be known that it's not a Spec-V for Christ's sake..
The CAR article used the term 'V-spec'. I believe the official GM PR nomenclature right now is 'V-series', which isn't a whole long way off from 'V-spec', particularly for a car that isn't in public hands yet.
For my part, GM could call it a Cimarron, and if it's fast enough and doesn't fall apart or have hard plastic all over the door panels, I'd be fine with that.
Wasn't aware that Gustav was moderating board signups over there now. That must be new, must have too many Honda-types trying to poop on the boards.