Re: driveshaft counterclockwise or anti counterclockwise ?
an S2000 owner at work said they were discussing the brera at their last meet and the general concensus was that it would have to be RWD before any of them would even consider taking a test drive.
i understand where they are coming from. if you want to be taken seriously you need to be RWD in that sector, FWD makes it a grand tourer at best, not a sports coupe.
alfa didnt have the option to go RWD, if they could then they would; in the same way if i could afford a 911 GT2 i would buy one, but i drive an old 156 instead. its all about the money.