I keep reading about the Copen being a classic car and not an everyday car - this is very confusing E-type, Healey, DB5, etc - these are Classic cars but they are many years old and from a different age. The Copen may well be a classic in 20 years time but that is a long way off. It's a modern car, albeit a rare car that is as reliable and capable as any other. SORN? Storage? - Words not to be associated with a Copen - the Copen is a car to be used every day. Sure it needs to be looked after but it doesn't need to be treated like a vintage classic. Both myself and the other half have Copens and no other cars - it's a joy to drive every day, it's as fine as anything else in the winter (with the cosy heated seats, abs and the air-con) and a real hoot on a dry day I really feel that when I'm very old and crumbly, I'll be able to say with pride that I drove a Copen, rather than kept a Copen for special occasions. - There! I've said my piece!