Point taken that unless you are known to the Porsche dealership it's unlikely you'll be getting test drives in GT cars, but they'll let pretty much anyone drive Pannys, 911s (up to S/GTS), and any Macan, Cayenne, Boxster or Cayman. The C8 is priced at just above an entry level Porsche, and certainly won't be rare. According to first-hand accounts here and elsewhere, even people that have owned multiple Corvettes and other Chevys, and are well known to the dealer, have historically been denied Corvette test drives. An Escalade with a STARTING price of $80k US is no problem, but no rides in $60-$70k 'Vettes? Maybe the policy will change with the C8 but I highly doubt it.Just a question regarding test drives in the C8 - how many have had test drives in the Spyder and GT4 before ordering one? People order based on reviews and expectations, Porsche may let you test drive a GT car, if you are a previous buyer but the average person has no chance of getting a test drive in a GT variant. Now I know one can argue that the C8 is a base car but they just aren't out there yet to test drive. I think it's a spurious argument - those that want a Corvette will buy one with or without a test drive.