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It is too far down the line of money spent and R&D work done just to back out.
I have to disagree we some people though. Yes the engines are going to cost more to start of with yes and the effort is not going to be greener to start with but after a few years they will be rewarded with cheaper to run cars.
Also this must be a right move for cost as I don’t think the likes of Honda would be returning with the old engines. People forget this is also a test bed for new tech to be tested and once tech is tests and works you find the system moving to production cars.
So who here can afford to run V10 apart from the mega Rich.
This is the other side of what is going on not just about now but about the future.