Originally Posted by DeeezNuuuts83
But at the same time, nobody bought those cars specifically because they had a monocoque. It was definitely a notable characteristic, but nothing that made their buyers pony up the cash. They each had something special about them independent of the monocoque... the Carrera GT was Porsche's first hypercar, the SLR was co-developed with McLaren as an easy-to-drive, comfortable, slushbox 200 mph missile, and the Enzo was the usual limited-production Ferrari hypercar that is coveted by Ferrari fanatics.
The sound makes it worth every penny, IMO.