Actually the S7 does come with AC. I think it even has matching luggage. But yes, while it is indeed a street legal racing car, it has some of the niceties that we North Americans are so used to (and demand): Leather, power accessories, AC, decent sound system (Which is a good thing because they're incredibly noisy and loud inside) and even a rear view camera because of the crap rear visibility.
I've never driven one though. Sat in one, cranked and revved the engine in it. That alone told me it is a monster of a car. Probably scary as hell to drive. I can't imagine being in that cockpit and stuck in traffic. I can't even be patient in the G or the Prelude when someone drives the speed limit in front of me and I have no way of getting around them. I'd open a vein inside something like an S7.....!
In case you're wondering about the connection I have to a lot of really nice cars, my dad's brother (my uncle) is a luxury/high end automotive broker / buyer. Barret Jackson is like his second office.
Because of him, I get to experience a lot of cars that most people may never even lay eyes upon. I consider it definite fortune and good luck to have this "fringe benefit" of my relative. And he's also the main reason my mom and dad and other relatives have some really decent and extremely awesome cars in their garages. I can't afford the big ones yet, but I'm working on it. One day perhaps I'll have a 6 figure car in my garage. One day. Probably not real soon with the economy being what it is, but I haven't given up hope.