Someone I know owned the previous model for like 6 months.
He bought it new and sold it right after having done the first maintenance, because, apparently, those carbon ceramic brakes cost a fortune to replace them. It's a five-digit figure, something around $20,000. ROFL.
This is a supercar in a camouflage.
Yeah but then carbon ceramic brakes are meant to last years and years (possibly the life of the car) without replacement. But even normal non-carbon ceramic brakes for those cost over over $1500+ to replace... as you say, they're super cars with super car running costs - but with a bit of practicality thrown in. A lot of people don't realise that when they take them on!