Let's face it, the Nissan GTR is pretty much the last remaining balls-out JDM pure-performance car, a remnant of the 90s glory years. Honda are getting somewhere up there with the new NSX, but that's more a luxury super-car than a track king. I was pretty excited when I heard the new Toyota Supra was on its way, no apologies, one of my all-time favourite cars. She's a little disproportioned, but she's not that bad a looker either right? It's just really the side profile which is lacking from my perspective. So, who's going to bring the fight to the GTR, NSX and any other contenders for JDM performance models? BMW. For a company that has its premium-arm, Lexus, producing some big performance lumps for the IS-F and other high-end models world-wide. Who thought it a good idea to bring back a beloved Japanese classic with a German engine? Disappointed isn't the word. I really want Honda to put out some proper performance model, which isn't a hatchback, and isn't a pricey niche supercar. PS: On that note, I love my Honda gossip, and there's waves lately about the return of the Integra (let's not forget the S1000 talk either). That, would be perfect.