Very good by the Koreans.
It's like I always say, when it comes to cars...
The Chinese are the new Koreans.
The Koreans are the new Japanese.
The Japanese are the new Germans.
The Germans are the new Italians.
In other words, the cars China started out making were similar in reputation to the cars the Koreans started out making (i.e. not very good). That having been said, the Chinese have picked up very fast, I think they're going to give the Koreans a real run for their money soon.
The Koreans are now up to where the Japanese were maybe a decade ago. (EDIT: I started out saying they don't have a real supercar like the GTR, but in fact they do! The Ouillim Spirra. I hadn't heard of that one till I searched, learn new things every day).
The Japanese are now clearly where the Germans were about a decade ago. They have fast sedans and a best-selling supercar coupe, and other supercars which are not so popular, but still very worthy.
The Germans have, for a while, been pushing into exotic territory, previously the sole province of the giddy Italians. Porsche needs no clarification. But even Merc has gone down that road with the SLS AMG and the AMG GT variants. And Audi with the R8. BMW specialises in its M super sedans (like Merc with its AMG division), but it does have the i8 which should count since electric supercars are now a real thing (the Holy Trinity). I guess the Z8 would also count.
Edited by Turboflat4, 09 January 2017 - 08:45 AM.