Gripes about the Grand Sport?
Sure, we can think of a few. It’s built to run on racing fuel (93 octane or higher), which is not easy to find in a pinch. Then again, with a push of a button, the engine can be temporarily detuned to accommodate a lesser grade temporarily. True cost of ownership is truly staggering ($73,000 to replace the wheels every 30,000 miles or so). And the nav system is bananas: info is entered on a PDA device (think: pre-iPhone/Blackberry-era PalmPilot) stowed in a compartment between the front seats and displayed on a tiny screen in the corner of the rearview mirror that is impossible to see. Oh yeah, and price. But $2,100,000 is just a number, right?