I have to agree with her take that this is a much more timeless design than the Supra. This will still be a good looking car in 20 years, where the Supra isn't even a good looking car now, depending on who you ask.
I absolutely would like ventilated far more than heated, but if they add a targa, or even better *fingers crossed* T-Tops, I would probably like the heated seats for cooler nights with the top off. Ventilated is definitely my priority though.
I feel this so hard. Between that and a bit of imposter syndrome I always feel like I don't have the knowledge or the life skills I should for someone my age. And I feel like that's only going to get worse as I get older until I either die or just don't care anymore.
I've driven a couple slushboxes with paddle shifters and they still weren't fun to me. Now, if it were a dual clutch automatic, that makes a world of difference. Torque converters kind of take away some of the fun from what I can tell.
I loved cruise on my last 6 speed Wrangler. The pentastar had enough power to handle it with the wheels and tires I was running. My TJ with the 4.0L and the 6 speed was garbage when it came to cruise control. Even with 31" tires it would bog down in 6th gear on even the slightest hill and I...
I'm not sure if the Q60 version is rated for e85 from the factory, but apparently from what I've seen the Z is. I wouldn't be surprised if that is the change if it doesn't require different heads and maybe even pistons.
I could see that I guess, but I really hope it's an actual launch control, hopefully with adjustable launch rpm. Corvette has had that for a decade. I would like to think Nissan could do it too, especially in a performance car. And the fact that it only seems to come on the Performance model...
I have no interest in changing your mind, I'm just saying that your hard line stance against others having an option that you personally don't want doesn't affect you, so I don't understand why you keep voicing your opinion in every thread that mentions vented seats.