3.8 to 60mph... damn, those AWD launch systems have improved.
|V12 Vantage S||3.8||-0.0|
|SL 65 AMG||3.8||-0.0|
|Mustang Shelby GT500||3.8||-0.0|
|Aston Martin DB11||3.8||-0.0|
|BMW M440i xDrive||3.8 s|
|911 Carrera S Power..||3.8||+0.0|
|Lotus Exige V6 Cup||3.8||+0.0|
|T350t Red Rose LW||3.8||+0.0|
|Porsche 911 GT2||3.8||+0.0|
Cocobe 1m ago
SpeedKing 1m ago
Don't laugh but carwow did a 3.82 to 60mph so they must use roll-out not unlike the Americans do with 0-60mph tests.
Corvolet3 1m ago
And the Alpina B4/BMW M4 will be even faster.
Cocobe 1m ago @SpeedKing
My first thought was that its another of those hugely under-rated turbo engine tricks again. But if you look at the 1/4 mile time, 12.3s, the car is indeed hampered by the weight despite the monstrous 0-60 compared to previous M cars
hostboy 1m ago @SpeedKing
A magazine tester doesn't need to be American to use a rollout. Not all one foot rollout testers are American testers, but all American testers use the one foot rollout
Rimac is not American and they use rollout times
SpeedKing 1m ago @hostboy
So bloody confusing given that i was under the impression that all Euro figures were without roll-out. How the hell can we know who uses what method when testers don't reveal whether they do or don't use roll-out! urgh