You gotta give FPV credit for the most subtle change in marketing strategy yet.
Obviously we all knew that the GT-P was going to be an upmarket job rather than better performance, however it is good to see that they now ackowlege it. I think one of the problems with the original T-Series was that the TS and TE did have identity issues because the TE was the racer yet TS had more power.
The "P is for Premium" works because it leaves us with no doubt what the car is about. P for Performance would have been a bad marketing move unless they gave the car a "Handeling Option" and that moniker is already reserved.
--Lowndes, Bargs and Ingall, all got sick of promoting an inferior product--