Leon: Stealing my analysis again, Mr Baggott? But yes, if I were in the market for a car that was simply incredible to drive, I would buy a GT-R and then grab a Cayman for the tighter, twistier stuff. See, that’s the problem with so many supercars these days, the Great Horsepower Race has made many cars almost impossible to drive on ‘normal’ UK roads. I’m not talking about the vast, open expanses of North Wales but the country lanes in Surrey where most of these will find homes. But I digress, in summary, the GT-R is a phenomenal machine that shouldn’t just be viewed as a great car but one of the great engineering feats of the last decade.