By now, most of you have read reviews lauding the S2000 CR as a paragon of track performance. With an interior bereft of air conditioning, radio, and virtually all other amenities, the S2000 CR has been cited as bare-bones enough to make a Lotus Elise seem cozy. The CR stands for “Club Racer,” and that is, very specifically, just what this vehicle was designed for. But assuming this S2000 is anything in the way of a potential purchase, you may wonder what it’s like as a daily driver. WINDING ROAD recently had the opportunity to find out—something we had been anticipating since the car’s debut in New York City last April.
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