Audi Repair Shop Doylestown
Call 267 279 9477 to schedule a appointment
has been teased a lot, but this video might be the coolest one yet. We get to clearly hear the sound of the turbocharged inline-six engine it’s packing. Granted, the engine is a
unit, but it sounds a bit different compared to the one in the
. In trying to compare to the limited number of exhaust and engine videos found online, the
engine sounds a bit more shrieky and high pitched in the upper rpms.
claimed previously that it handled all powertrain tuning in-house — all BMW did was supply the hardware.
Once again, Toyota is
what the car looks like. We wouldn’t expect them to do anything else, but we already have a great idea of what we’ll be looking at come Detroit. The
in a photo the other day, and there are
in camouflage to understand the general shape and style. This video does show one interior shot that hints at a digital instrument cluster display. Plenty of manufacturers are going the digital route, but Toyota doesn’t always hop on the tech bandwagons this early. We’re guessing it has everything to do with the fact that BMW used a digital instrument cluster on the
so much with.
Nothing else about the video is particularly revealing. We knew the inline six was going to sound glorious, and it most certainly does. In
, the 3.0-liter makes 382 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque. This allows for a 0-60 mph time of 4.4 seconds, pretty normal for a
these days. All the requisite burbles and pops are accounted for in the video. Next up is hearing the sweet inline six pull it
from Autoblog https://ift.tt/2S9RzlH