While a very unique vehicle - those seeking a luxury sports car will find it falls short of the XK, SL, 6xx series vehicles. It's Corvette heritage is very obvious and in the supercharged version has good performance (non-supercharged is a bit "wanting" IMHO). The lack of any type of storage behind the seats really makes this a challenge when traveling. Also with the top down - storage is practically zip - especially when compared with the SL.
Open road - top down - cruising.
Space behind the seats. More trunk room somehow. More performance in non-supercharged version Improved Adaptive cruise - it surges too much - could be much smoother. More Info in the HUD.
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