That was the 111S. In another episode with a VX vs. 111R head-to-head comparison, the Elise narrowly edged out the VX, despite the VX having more power and smoother power delivery (the 111R felt more like a turbo than the VX).NtflBlueLiz said:Won't talk about the VX-220 or the Boxster, just can't believe they didn't even drive the Elise.
They picked the Boxster because it was the car that was sporty but you could live with on a day to day basis, and not just best performance (acceleration/handling/braking/feedback).rbullett said:I was surprised that they picked the Boxster as best.
Well, it can hold about 9 cubic feet of cargo, warm you butt on cold nights, tell you how many miles till your out of fuel, conveniently put the top up or down with a touch of a button, open either trunk with a touch of the button, open or close either window with a touch of a button, and it can keep pizza warm in the rear trunk and beer cool in the front trunk. Not to mention it's a softer ride and is easier to see.zvezdah1 said:So really, what can a boxster do as a daily driver that my elise doesn't do for me as a daily driver...
It'll be here sooner than you think.zvezdah1 said:Next thing you know the vehicle will do all the thinking for us too, which is an option we need now in view of how crappy american drivers are.