Daily driving an exotic quickly feels like abuse. A quick run to the store means a trip that doesn't let the engine or tires warm at speeds that don't let you enjoy the performance you paid for; it means large expensive rims hitting potholes on poorly maintained urban streets (or torn up for repaving), while surrounded by inattentive drivers in uninsured beaters that don't give a damn; it means parking a wide car in spaces designed for compacts next to people that will ding you out of jealousy or just plain apathy. Why put it thru that crap, regardless of how much money you have, when it's not what you bought it for? No one buys a Ferrari 458 dreaming of the 20mph run to Walgreens, any more than they buy a designer suit to mow the lawn and clean out the garage. The opposite is what I see - people on enthusiast forums that won't daily drive ordinary cars. A BMW forum I'm on recently had a post from someone looking for a Toyota or Honda because he didn't want to rack up miles on his 2-year old 1-series coupe (wtf?).