Why does this car get so much flack from the automotive community? It looks pretty good, in my opinion, at least— the proportions are spot-on, with a long nose and a short tail. There's plenty of glass area, the wheel size is good for the car, and there's a line that follows through from front to back. While looks are entirely subjective, this seems to be pretty inoffensive, and by the book.
It's even got technology, apparently! And that's a good thing (as I recently found out, these two things called traction control and all wheel drive are excellent), and you could buy a 400HP twin-turbo Callaway option under warranty. From a dealership.
It holds the world record for the highest average speed for 24 hours/5000 miles at 175 mph, which means it's durable as fudge, and they have pop up headlights— so it's basically a Miata. I'm probably missing something here, but they weren't as underpowered as the C3s, and seemed to bring Corvette into the...well, late 20th century. Care to explain?