Two cars that have been written about so many times within the last twelve months that you must wonder what else can be said about them. As I write this, I’m not on the Number One tier of motoring writers who are given the very first opportunity to drive the latest releases before everyone else. That situation is changing rapidly and to those manufacturers I am very grateful. But when a pair of cars as iconic as these two have been driven across most continents by hundreds of motoring writers globally, what did I think I had to say that others hadn’t?
Read the issue of Total 911 to find out, but in my view, if you have the funding to own either of these two cars, you’re probably far more interested in what they feel like, what they look like and I guess, the image they project of you when you cruise slowly past that shop window and study yourself. And don’t say you don’t look….
Sure, statistics are important and I’d driven both models extensively, but not back to back. On that day in Yorkshire, it became very clear how both cars have utterly differing opinions on what makes a great drivers car. Read the full feature in Issue No 82 of Total 911, or get their iPad app via the iTunes store.
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