To each is own...
but No, I was referring to the latest edition to the Supercar market for under 100k that succeeded at raising the bar for all cars in that market space and above. I am talking about the latest version that does 0-60 in 3.0 seconds flat and lower during which turning launch control off or on does NOT void the warranty. And according to my sources, the transmission warranty issues are internet rumors not worth the electronic bits they are communicated with. In fact I have first hand knowledge that Nissan has never voided a GT-R warranty for launch issues. But hey...to each is own....but there are very few stock cars on the road today that would see anything but the rear end on the latest model in a 1/4 mile run, 0-60, or any other car competition I can think of. The 370z is a evolutionary classic for Nissan but doesn't come close to the legend and history of the GT-R. Its not even in the same class of car. When its all said and done, last time I checked it still held the record at the ring.
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2010 2SS/RS (Auto/L99)
2012 ZL1 #213 - M6, Black on Black