In his review of your Roadster in the Daily Mail, James Martin states an experience with cyclists:
The Institute of Advanced Motorists clearly states in its Cycling Factsheet:Twenty minutes into my test drive I pulled round a leafy bend, enjoying the birdsong - and spotted those damned Spider-Man cyclists. Knowing they wouldn't hear me coming, I stepped on the gas, waited until the split second before I overtook them, then gave them an almighty blast on the horn at the exact same time I passed them at speed.
The look of sheer terror as they tottered into the hedge was the best thing I've ever seen in my rear-view mirror. I think this could be the car for me.
"What a shame that this individual is driving a car with such an ignorance of safe and proper driving technique, never mind common courtesy for other road users.Sounding your horn when you are close will startle them (cyclists), maybe into swerving in front of you. They will usually be aware of you already! Slow down around cyclists and drive smoothly."
I wonder whether the ability to drive in this irresponsible, bullying and aggressive driving really illustrates a positive feature of the Roaster?
Are you happy with this article and the image of Roadster drivers it portrays?