10 Most Surprising Examples Of Cars Sharing The Same Parts

As supercars often have ridiculously high development costs, many brands resort to making use of parts find in some surprising everyday vehicles.  
Developing a new car is a very expensive affair and brands will try and cut costs wherever possible. It is not uncommon for models to share engines across platforms. it is also increasingly popular for cars to to share platforms, the BMW Z4 and Toyota GR Supra being an example of this. The most popular choice however is to share smaller things, lights, interior components and door mirrors. RELATED: Cars You Didn't Know Shared The Same Engines As supercars often have ridiculously high development costs for low volume production, cash saving is vital and many brands resort to making use of objects from other manufacturers to save on development costs. If a brand can make use of these parts it means development can be spent elsewhere, like developing chassis dynamics, altogether better use of money.

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