What Car Should Have A Really Cheap Version?

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Gaining access to the upper echelons of automotive performance often means spending lots of money. But what if things were different?

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Though it’s fun to do the Tavarish thing and wait for your favorite high-end cars to get old and depreciate, it would be even better if some of them came with super-cheap versions straight from the factory; automaker profits be damned.

So that’s our question of the day: What car should come with a really cheap version?

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Initially we dreamed up the Bugatti Veyron DX, which costs around $100,000, but then we realized that car already exists and is called the Nissan GT-R. Instead I’d settle for a true entry-level Porsche, maybe one around $35,000. We’re allowed to dream, right?


Contact the author at patrick@jalopnik.com.

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Full size work trucks. Its absurd how expensive trucks have gotten. Want a stripped out, bare bones, V8 4x4 F150? $32k. Who needs fancy leather in a work truck, and who wants to spend $32k on a work truck.