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You could add to the list, but I don't think you could take any of those away.
I completely concur with quoter's commentary. Today's ridiculous over-modularization coupled with the boorishly redundant layouts of touch screens and other computerized gizmo-glam, while appealing to today's trendy uber-shopper, only detracts away from the true aspects of a purist's "sports car." And yes, nobody (that means those of the 99.9%) reads books anymore since they are too busy butchering the English language with their texting. Now, that's a quotation worthy of being set in stone.
Otherwise, these are all very lovely and exemplary vehicles (which will never be obtained by the aforementioned 99.9%, as implied by this article)!
I'm glad they included the Miura, one of the most enduring designs of all time.