Clarkson in the Lexus LFA
There are sound tubes that feed the roar of the engine's induction directly into the cockpit. And there's a woman in the boot who can find you the nearest Japanese/Euro fusion restaurant. I love the LFA a lot. So much, that I recently described it as the best car I've ever driven.
Naturally, this caused both Hammond and May to scoff very loudly. Mainly because - as they kept pointing out - it costs Rs 2.95 crore. That's nearly five times more than a Nissan GT-R which, if anything, is even more technical. It's way more, too, than a Ferrari 458 or a Merc SLS. It is, they argued, a stupid price.