I have an itch and in trying to figure out how to scratch it I've become infatuated with the Evora 400 to the point that I'm finding it difficult to give other options a fair assessment - so looking for some reasons for why something other than an Evora 400 is a better idea to break the cycle (or perhaps affirm my choice... as happened the last time I asked the forums for car advice - lots of good suggestions, but still ended up with my first choice) General wants... - Entertaining - A bit different - As depreciation resistant as is feasible - I'm not necessarily looking to flip a car and make a buck, but when I do come to change out, don't want to take too much of a bath, since it will be a low-mileage car. - 2+2 seats (my daughter loves going fast and the noise of my wife's polestar, so would be nice to take her along for the ride in this too) - Something that's not going to spend more time at the garage than in my garage - pre-owned, low-ish miles - Local dealer (Nottingham) I initially thought to swap my daily driver (730d, ~10k/year) for an i8, but then putting miles like than on an i8 is kind of uncharted territory, and the 7-er is definitely NOT depreciation resistant, and basically worthless now, so I may as well keep it since it's basically free motoring until it starts breaking. And if I'm having something entertaining as a separate vehicle, then an i8 is a bit sensible for that... but the doors go up after all, so it's not totally out of the question. Cars that have been considered thus far... - i8 - kind of sensible, but also kind of mental. Low miles examples are changing hands at a level I think should be pretty depreciation resistant. Too wide for the garage so would need to live on the drive (double garage, but double doors ruins that) - 911 of some sort. A last-model Turbo, Turbo S, GT3. Very depreciation resistant, and easily the most sensible choice, which is what puts me off. Booooring. - V12 Vantage - A manual should be pretty depreciation resistant, but only two seats and maintenance is a worry, perhaps unwarranted. - Granturismo/Grancabrio - maintenance and depreciation are a worry, and even a late model example is still a 10 year old car underneath, and values will tank I'm sure when a properly new one is released which can't be long. Budget is around the £75k mark, but a relatively wide window either side, dictated by expected depreciation resistance. So, spam away with ideas, lest I become too fixated on the one car and end up with that without proper consideration for some other excellent ideas.