It's hard to take something seriously when it is veiled in such silly-secrecy. We feel like we're playing Myst or watching a 1989 Infiniti commercial. First of all, the company has added "Land Water Air" to their logo, suggesting that a supercar will not be the only vehicle they will build. To further the James Bond-like spin, the car named MF1 (we're not going there), will be available with armored protection for those top-secret missions. One bit of bad news, the price of the car has gone up to $830,000. If you actually reserved one of these cars without ever seeing one, you will be granted the initial $700,000 price. The MF1 should be unveiled soon. We can't wait to see what all this is about.
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