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    all development of a new EU spec VXR will be up to the french to supply the money.... they have some reasonable experience of both turbo and hybrid petrol engines... just nothing in terms of bigger cc in recent years.
    To me anything smaller than a V6 will be a waste of effort

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    Kia have already done it with a sub-£40k Stinger GT.
    VW might get there with an Arteon V6.
    Ford have the Mustang.
    Audi - there are massive discounts on an S5 available.
    VX ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dvinell View Post
    Kia have already done it with a sub-£40k Stinger GT.
    VW might get there with an Arteon V6.
    Ford have the Mustang.
    Audi - there are massive discounts on an S5 available.
    VX ?
    Stinger GT looks and sounds awesome...fair play to them for making such a giant leap from their regular cars....in a few years I might be tempted

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    IMO the v6 is not needed, the EcoTec 4 cylinder turbo's got forged the bits already, GM could've easily do more boost and get an engine like the EA888 in the Golf R.
    ^^Australian^^
    Car 1: 2016 Insignia VXR (Mods: none installed)
    Car 2: 2003 Mk7 Accord 2.4 (Mods: plenty)

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