Volumetrik, may I suggest you re-read this post
that I made in a similar thread a while back. But this time, please take in what I said... Especially the bit about the development of the Andromeda being responsible for the demise of the original Alesis... It's a perinant point as far as analogue synths go.
As far as products like the Bugatti Veyron go, they are what are known as 'loss leaders'. The manufacturers (in the Veyrons case, it's VW) build them and sell them at a loss as a development platform with the intention of using spin offs from that technology in profitable future products... VW already have another car with the Veyron engine... I can't remember the name of the car but it's very much a prestige model with which they intend to make a profit.
As far as synths go, I believe the Roland V-synth is/was a loss leader. Of course, now with the Fantom G and a couple of other products, some of the loss leading technology in the V-synth is now available in current, profitable products.
Creating 'loss leaders' for the purpose of development for future products is the only time that it's financially viable for a company to sell something at a loss... Becasue eventually, they'll make that money back.
As far as a re-make of the CS80 goes, as I said in the post I link to above, it simply won't happen, the market is not there and there would be no point in crating a loss leader as there are not enough analogue synth lovers out there to make it financially viable for a company like Yamaha... Even if there were cheaper less sophisticated spin offs.