You raise a great point.
The new ownership (and this is painting with broad strokes here) doesn't jive with the old group. And I don't even mean the "old group" of LP, I mean owners. I remember when the Gallardo/Murcie/Aventador owners were looked at in similar fashion, and how the "modern" owners looked at the vintage owners. Really interesting dynamic. I attribute it to the increase of lease/rental "ownership."
Nothing against that crowd, but they (again, broad strokes here) seem to be more of the "what's new and hot" crowd, then it's off to McLaren, or whatever they can get their