The latest 911 GT3 looks wonderful and one can expect it to be the best yet, as Andreas Preuninger says ( evo 234). But how many times have we seen this said on your pages over the years, and is not each generation of 911 really pretty much the same as the others? It looks like what it is: an evolution of the 1960s car, however far it has progressed (and regressed, at least as far as driver involvement goes).
Contrast this with the Mclaren 720S, which is so cutting- edge new and distinctive in appearance and engineering. It is the first modern car to excite me and make me want to open my wallet in a very long time and that is down to the boldness of its design, the use (but not misuse) of technology and its apparent integrity (form and function etc).
If the over-familiar and tired design of the 911 is the EU, then perhaps we can hope that the 720S foretells a bright future for Brexit Britain, at least as far as cars are concerned! Andrew Beverley