Parkers overall rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5

The 350 in the name relates to its engine output – 350 horses stabled under the nose in a home-grown straight-six of 3.6-litres capacity. It’s the same unit found in the Tamora, but superior aerodynamics mean superior top end performance.

Steering is very fast and the handling is as you’d expect a light, extremely powerful, rear-wheel-driven car to be. It demands respect so take care in the wet. There is no traction control but a long-travel throttle pedal helps prevent you from inadvertently applying too much power at the wrong time – your really need to floor it to unleash its potential.