There's already a video of a 2013 v6 getting walked by a 370z. Not sure how you're saying the gc will beat a 370 or hang with v8s.the new gen is going to out-do the competition. the V6's are going to be one of the leaders in its class being faster then 370's, g37's and other v6's and staying with v8's. while the 2.0T will be realllyyy up there in its class staying with STi's and Evos etcc. wow i cant wait to drive one! lol
really? getting walked?? LOL :rofl:
I guess it's a shame. Ford had an opportunity to implement direct injection into the Duratec 37 but they decided not to because of cost concerns during engine development. So they basically missed their opportunity to keep the V6 Mustang competitive as an economical naturally aspirated V6. I guess some of the "purists" will have a problem with that (turbo lag, very thirsty when on the boost, slightly more complicated tuning and modifications) but it won't be competitive any other way.
I'm not trying to stick up for the Z, because I don't even like them, but it does have a power-to-weight performance advantage over the GC. I mean, it only makes 15 fewer horsepower and has a 200lbs+ weight advantage. That equates to a faster car (from a roll and from a dig). If the new GC can at least keep up while getting very slowly walked on, I would call that good enough.really? getting walked?? LOL :rofl:
The Z has bolt ons, the Genesis was stock, and the Z was on the inside lane the whole time as they were turning, it was pretty even
foreal dude just be quiet. In the vid the z isnt stock.I saw that vid days ago. The z has intake and tune like NXXT stated, ialready knew that. So lets figure this out. #70 with intake, tune and inside lane against bone stock 2013 gen in outside lane and race was about even. hmm rocket scientists where are you guys at??... wait we dont need one cus its quite obvious that the gen would win stock for stock when you put those things into consideration.