If I died.
But in all seriousness, I just don't see another 2+2, RWD, sub-3,000lb manual transmission vehicle being made. I've had Porsches (still have my 2018 6MT Base Cayman if anyone want to buy it!), Corvettes, M5s, CTS-V, etc., and I've realized that I am firmly in the "slow car fast" camp. Sure, the high horsepower cars were fun on the track (and EXTREMELY frustrating on the road as you can't tap into even 20% of their capabilities), but I've never had as much fun as I did in an E30 318i manual on track.
I thought about an older Lotus, like an early Evora (the newer ones are way too fast to be considered in the "slow car fast" category), but I really wanted a brand new vehicle as I'm going to try to hold onto it as long as possible due to said lack of equivalent cars being built in the future. Plus, I didn't want an old Lots Of Trouble, Usually Serious.