Hmmm.... I do wonder if that's a misprint. Though their are a number of new parts needed--new engine, wheels, some interior parts (seats,etc), taillights, some body parts (hood, nose/grille, front and rear fascias)...maybe there are enough differences that it's 'new'..
You might have something there.
But because the '10 GT/GT500 kit has an accurate body shell with separate front and rear fascias, and because the GT500 kit by any objective measure has a hood and a front fascia at least halfway to looking like the '13, I had to puzzle a bit that the kit should be ALL-new.
Not that I'd have any particular problem with it being a brand-spanker from the ground up; heck, if Revell had unlimited funds and I had my druthers, they'd ALL be all-new with incremental improvements from one kit to the next. But I wondered what really made such an expenditure necessary in practical reality, especially when there's been talk of the '10 not selling as well as hoped - nice as it is.
Turns out that the Boss has subsequently been characterized as 80% new or heavily modified, and that makes a lot more sense to me.
Hey, long as we're getting a Coyote mill...
Edited by Chuck Kourouklis, 31 October 2013 - 05:09 AM.