I had a 1990 Toronado Tro"feo. It's a far cry from this beast and you really can't compare them. Mine would go 124 MPH, and it was only a 6 cylinder.
Oldsmobile Toronado specs
|Curb weight||2111 kg (4654 lbs)|
|Origin country||United States|
|0 - 100 mph||26.0 s|
|Top speed||200 kph (124 mph)|
|Engine type||16 valve V8|
|Displacement||7.0 l (425 ci / 6965 cc)|
|Power||390 ps (385 bhp / 287 kw)|
|Torque||644 Nm (475 lb-ft)|
|Power / liter||56 ps (55 hp)|
|Power / weight||185 ps (182 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||305 Nm (225 lb-ft) / t|
|Transmission||3 speed automatic|
|Layout||front engine, front wheel drive|
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Shaggy 9y ago
What possessed Oldsmobile and Cadillac to build big front wheel drive cars with V8 engines, if it has a V8, it needs to be rear wheel drive.
Viking 11y ago
@Chriss44 Ground breaking car, one of the first front wheel drive cars by a major U.S. manufacturer. Thanks for posting it.
Viking 11y ago
@Anonymous One has to remember that with all pre-1972 U.S. made cars the horsepower is in SAE gross. Gross hp means without accessory drives, air cleaners, exhaust systems etc. Basically the manufacturer was free to take the bare engine to the engine dyno with any attachments (read tuned headers and no mufflers) that it wanted and publish the results for advertisement purposes. They were not policed in any way, so the horsepower figures before 1972 are not to be trusted.
sam11855 11y ago
I love this car so im a bit jelous that it was chris that put it there and not me. Oh well
Anonymous 13y ago
I am surprised even with that weight, that with all that power its not that fast.