Precisely my point and I agree fully. It is absolutely not a useful car, nor is it for daily driving. I don't think the manual transmission is for anyone but the absolute hardcore Porsche fans, and this car was designerd specifically for that crowd in mind. I suspect that no 911R owners drive this car to work (if they even work, that is ). I'm saying it's just a bloody great car as far as performance, mechanical engineering and overall cool-ness factor go. If you have to make an absurd comparison between the P100D and any other car, the iconic and super performant 911R fits great in a strange kind of way of rthe speed and race aspect of it. The drag race is about speed and performance after all. I think he also chose the 911R because he absolutely loves it from a racing and track point of view. Chris Harris didn't talk about the daily drive quality of the 911R afterwards, did he? I think this review mostly shows that while the P100D has immense power to beat the pack leading 911R in what it does best, it is also a great sedan. Many facets to our 'one-trick pony EV'