What is love? The dictionary tells us it is "an intense feeling of deep affection." For car lovers, this also true. There's so much more to loving cars than just pining for your dream ride.
Love is a man not telling his fiancée that he has bought a roadster. Love is a husband not telling his wife how much his car's aftermarket parts cost. Love is a seaman browsing our buyer's guide while away at sea, imagining which MPV he will buy for his family.
For me, love is walking around a car show until my feet can't take it anymore, like a ballerina in a Black Mirror universe possessed by a cursed turntable to finish a macabre ballet. It was at a car show--the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show, to be exact--that I first met the current Nissan GT-R. It had just been revealed to the world, and smitten gearheads gazed upon it like it was the baby Jesus on Christmas Day.