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After driving an NSX, 911 Turbo, and BMW M3, I found the car of my dreams: the Toyota Supra Turbo.
Read why in my Supra Review.
Oh, and by the way, I loved the comment about the NSX being engineered by "people who went to college." However, that's not quite accurate.
Japanese education is a meritocracy, with entrance exam scores allowing you to get into a good Jr. High, High School, and University. Once you get into your college or university, though, you have nothing to study for four years. Instead, it is the Japanese citizen's one chance to kick back for a while and goof around. The passing of entrance exams into a given rank of college is the indication of the graduate's mental ability, dedication, perseverance, etc.
No field-specific knowlege is really picked up, so you will find job applicants coming into engineering, for instance, with degrees in everything from biology to English to History.
This may be a good thing. New engineers come in as complete neophytes, and soak up their company's particular style, method, and priorities.
However, perhaps the bigger s...
OK, and one last snipe 8-)
The NSX's "ingenious spot (for the removeable roof) above the engine that doesn't rob your of any luggage space" is... unuasable for carrying anything else.
In contrast, the Toyota folk cleverly have you store the Supra's Targa Top in the rear of the car; with the roof on that translates to one more large suitcase. Or total 4 golf bags.
If you want to talk brilliance, though, the new Corvette convertible yields 14 cubic feet trunk space (6 golf bags?!), or 11 with the entire roof down...