That car is gorgeous, except for the fact that the grill looks like a particularly ridiculous mustache.
Being from California, I think I can explain this. Driving up to the ski slopes in California is done on a carefully maintained mountain road. All traces of snow on the road are usually removed by trained professionals so stupid SoCalers don't kill themselves. Then they ski.
Surprisingly, it's not on fire.
Funny how there's no pelican in the video... I think he was playing with himself.
Next year's F1 races will be done on foot, due to a lack of funding.
Hmmm... remind me to fire-bomb BMW of Canada next time I'm in the area... or perhaps just dropping off a crate-full of ferrets would work.
I think it's a gorgeous car, but only in dark colours. Load ou the configurator and take a look at it in the dark red or dark blue... yummy. As for the review, I believe it may have been a press release.
We should cut one in half!
A Porsche Cayman would be doable at that price, which is a good thing. Awesome on a track, rock solid reliability, not as boring looking as other Porsches. Although I also think a BMW 135i with the Dinan flash and the camber plates would be high on the awesome list. 398hp and 421 ft-lbs of torque from the N54 is just so damn cool and their camber plates are supposed to help quite a bit with the 135's understeer problem. I love how Dinan's stuff doesn't void your warranty.
Hell, he might even be able to get a 2008 GTI and a 2005ish Lotus Elise, if he was so inclined.