The winner for this category comes after a long internal debate as to which car is better.
With Ferrari going turbo this year, it's no surprise that the performance of their most iconic line of cars would hit hyper car levels. But what this mean for their closest Formula One rival (let's not even talk about this season)?
McLaren started with the 12C and ended up with this. It still features fundamentally the same chassis and the same engine, albeit with quite a lot of modifications since the 12C. While the performance of this car is not a whole lot further than the 488 GTB on paper, the thing that seals the win for McLaren is the fact that nothing rides quite like a McLaren in the segment.
So if you want a super car that's great to drive (aren't they all these days) but also not going to give you a slipped disc, this is probably it. Oh by the way, all 500 units of the 675LT are sold out. So it's won more than just our hearts.