You don’t know what practicality is. If you’d know then you’d get your sad butt in a 350 and experience what it offers, but I guess you’re one of those that doesn’t know how to drive a stick so you look at reasons to dis it.I am thinking practical, since I can’t drive 140mph every day lol
Enjoyment is paramount. You jump in the 350 and you could dawdle around rowing through the gears without ever going above 2500rpm and just enjoy the Voodoo V8’s vocals as it begs you to smash it past 3000rpm, knowing quite well that you could, but you don’t. The Supra is enjoyable as well, I think it’s a great car and, yes, it’s **** quick. I wouldn’t say no to one that’s for sure. Ultimately it comes down to personal preference. As car enthusiasts we are spoiled.
There are some that I wouldn’t consider as car enthusiasts, though. People that spend their time looking for the slightest nuance to dis a brand all in the name of being pests. They enjoy being pests because they know they don’t know how to enjoy the cars they pretend to know anything about.
If you truly think that you’d need a GT500 is necessary over a GT350 all because a Supra is slightly quicker to 60 than the 350 then you have not a shred of credibility when cars are the topic.