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They've been hinting that the Kappa (Solstice) represents a revolution in the way cars are developed. It's supposed to be cheap and easy to develop new models, and economical to build short runs.

Can anyone illuminate whether this is true? And more important, why?

Some more questions:

What range of variable are there as far as sizes?
Engines & drivetrains?
What are the disadvantages of the Kappa approach to design and production?
Are there fundamental cheapnesses about it that would make a Kappa Caddy out of the question?

Gentlemen, start your postings.
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