Not according to the press release, becasue I'm quite sure they would have mentioned 7:59 if that was the case.mumbasic said:so not under 8 minutes
At this time I don't think anybody know that. Not officially anyway.Hendrik said:When will the Sport Auto with the M6 Supertest be available?
I'll bet you the RS4 is under 8 minutes.SUPRA said:At this time I don't think anybody know that. Not officially anyway.
I myself is very interested to see what the new RS4 accomplishes.
And the M3 CSL Loaded.
And I'm still waiting for the test of the Volvo S60R that they shold have done last year. (got postponed for unknown reasons) :hihi:
No way! Not with normal street tires.Wolverine said:I'll bet you the RS4 is under 8 minutes.
With AWD, it will be very interesting. Audi has not made a reasonably light car until this one (about 3,400 lbs curb weight I hear). With 400 hp and the proper gearing... I agree less than 8 min is a stretch, but it will certainly beat the M5's time I'm afraid.mumbasic said:No way! Not with normal street tires.
8 minutes and less is only for real sportscars. The RS4 is still a very sportive limousine. I doubt that the new 997 S will do in less then 8 minutes.
M3 CSL with special tires, or?JohnH said:997 S with Performance Chassis - 7:59
997 S with Sport PASM Setting - 8:02
BMW M3 CSL - 7:50
Because it's a very luxurious car, and is carrying 400 lbs more. The 997S is a pure sportscar, the M6 is a luxury sports car. Probably, it will cost about $20,000 more than the 997S here in the US.mumbasic said:why? the car has 150 hp more and costs 30.000 € more. Even beating 997 S for one or two seconds you have to pay 30.000 € for that :crying2:
30.000,-- € ?!?mumbasic said:why? the car has 150 hp more and costs 30.000 € more. Even beating 997 S for one or two seconds you have to pay 30.000 € for that :crying2: