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I prefer not to dieI could’ve sworn that was James May at the 4:00 mark. Loved his take on SUV’s though
Loved early 90’s Jeremy Clarkson. I was shocked to hear such high praise towards the Viper from him. One thing I love about that car is the unpredictable nature of it. You never know when it’s going to kill you and there’s a certain kind of exhilaration to that. Similar to the Ferrari F40, which had a similar attribute whenever you winded up those turbos. I’ll take either feeling any day of the week over something like a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, which was so predictable that even Captain Slow himself was able to navigate to 259mph. Reaching top speed in a Viper, which wasn’t even close to that high, was too ludicrous of a endeavor that it was hardly ever attempted. This due in part to its ridiculously loud side mounted exhaust & neck snapping torque.
The Land Rover dealer is right next to the Porsche dealer here, and I dropped off the 981 for an oil service on Saturday morning. We decided to wait, and so we walked over to a good breakfast place a couple of blocks down. During that walk, we saw three new Defenders. Two of them were on flatbed trucks, which we decided wasn't a very good sign, unless the dealer was trying to keep as many miles off them as possible, perhaps?