Maaaan, I'm loving all these upcoming new cars. Can't wait to drive them all in GT7 lol.
40lbs lighter, 50% increase in torsional rigidity, 20% more torque and a lower CoG on top of 30bhp more is quite a bit of a change to be fair.Maybe I'm missing something here but it looks almost identical to the current 86 save for a few minor cosmetic changes and 30 odd hp more.
So you're saying it doesn't need more power...but it needs more power?It doesn't need 400hp, but 6+ seconds 0-100kph in this day and age is just slow. I don't care how good the chassis is
If you don’t care about the chassis why’re you on an 86 forum lmaoIt's still just a bit... meh. Surely Toyota/Subaru would have learned from the mediocre sales of the original that it needs a turbocharger? It doesn't need 400hp, but 6+ seconds 0-100kph in this day and age is just slow. I don't care how good the chassis is
So you're saying it doesn't need more power...but it needs more power?
You don't need a fast car to have fun driving it, it needs to handle well, make you feel as if the car is a part of you, have full control over it. Oh but you don't care about the chassis...
I think you misunderstood my comment. The original car had 200hp. My point was, it doesn't need 400hp, but it needs a hell of a lot more than 200.
250-300hp is pretty modest these days and would make this car a hell of a lot more exciting to drive, without being overpowered.
My comment regarding the chassis was contextual (another concept you seem to have missed), and is qualified by the previous statement that it is underpowered. In other words, to break it down for you, I don't care how good the chassis is WHEN it is so underpowered.