EVO calls this their best comparison ever and from an EVO employees perspective I would not disagree. Imagine coming in to work to be told you would be driving a Ferrari F40, Ferrari F50, McLaren F1, Porsche Carrera GT, Noble M600, Pagani Zonda F, and a Lamborghini Murcielago LP-670 SV. You wouldn't want to leave.
The Murcielago is the only car in the comparison with a paddle shifted gearbox and in my opinion it does not belong. All wheel drive and paddle shifters do not make one recall a great drivers car. The great examples of a pure experience are the F40, F50, Carrera GT, McLaren F1, and the Pagani Zonda F. All rear wheel drive hairy chested beasts you have to tame. Any car my mother can drive is not analog.
Yes, I left out the M600 as it does not fit quite well. It is more modern than all the other cars save the Murcielago. The reviewer says it lacks the star quality of the rest of the group and I agree. Does that mean I would kick it out my garage? No way.
This is an epic collection of cars and a great comparison to see but would some data kill them? You get all these rare supercars together and it just BEGS for a performance comparison. Take them around a track and really drive them, that is what they were made for. There should be more impressions from more drivers and a bit more depth. The corresponding magazine article hopefully delivers this but the video does not do these cars justice. As the reviewer states, it is self-serving. I won't blame him for it though.
Watch the video below if you love cars. If you don't, why are you here?