I'm curious what you folks think. Since the Z is meant to come out by the end of this year and so is the Aptera, could the Aptera outsell the Z in the US over the next 3 years, assuming both automakers were able to meet demand? They are quite similar, small 2 seater sports cars, similarly priced, but the Aptera is faster and has more trunk space, while offering fashionable EV goodness, solar, and proper touchscreen. The highest speed at the lowest price is what many people look for. So could the Aptera win or will the Nissan enthusiasts give the Z the sales victory? I think Aptera won't meet their demand until after 3 years... it could be close. The new Supra only sold 5,887 last year but it costs more. The BMW Z4 sold 2,371, Mazda Miata MX-5 sold 8,807, and the Model 3 sold 206,500 in the US last year, during Covid. The 370Z actually went from about 10,200 US sales in 2010 and has gradually dwindled down to just under 2000 sold in 2020. Interesting... Based on these numbers, with over 12,000 reservations and counting, the Aptera will probably win the 2 seater division (depending on sales conversion and the amount of those orders that were in the US). More than likely the Z will outsell the Aptera in Japan, and maybe in the US the first couple years as well maybe only because they'll have more produced.