Originally Posted by Josh1a1h
I wonder what power plants they will use!
Rumours put two different powerplants in the frame:
Upgraded 3.0-litre, twin-turbo, straight-six (so +360bhp) or
single-turbo, 3.0-litre straight-six.
Gearbox choices are likely to be either/or a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Originally Posted by A_P
Guys let put looks aside for one second. We are still risking the possibility of run flat wankery with super soft hydro bushes and crap crashy ride. If that is the case. Then seriously I'm out. However if it rides well and handles great then why not
Runflats are easily replaced,although as Dave mentioned,the 'M' division have never used runflats,a true enthusiast would never want them,unlike us plebs who are not given any choice
The ride would be as expected,infinitely better than the one that again comes as standard for the less well off in both cash terms,and cock size.
If it's available @£350.00 a mth,the plant manufacturing the car will explode coping with demand,hopefully that won't happen until after mine's been delivered