Over the summer I work various events for Lotus, and spend a lot of time in booths talking about them, and other times I get to work track days for prospective owners. A system like the Evora's would be great to have in this application. In an Evora the system can be driven around completely if you're nice and smooth. Clicking the sport button raises the rev limit, sharpens the throttle response, and raises the ESC intervention threshold. To an extent, it'll allow power on oversteer, lift off oversteer, aggressive trail braking, tire howling awful understeer etc. Basically, the only thing that it safety nets is drifting, or totally fubar'ing a corner or transition.
Finally, you can turn it off if you so desire.
A system like that would be preferable to me, as in Sport mode, your own driving mistakes will cost you time without triggering ESC intervention, but those big whoopsie moments are harder to encounter. You can get the Evora pretty out of shape in Sport, which makes me feel like I'm not under the watchful eye of someone who hates fun, but I also know if I have a Harry Ham Hands moment my chances of wadding the car are slim.
Plus, with an off button, you can man handle the car around if you so desire, as let's be honest, non car enthusiast passengers aren't impressed with cornering speed, rather the throw your grip away, slow and brutal driving that can be sinfully fun sometimes.
I just want the option to do whichever I please.