Separate names with a comma.
Unsurprisingly, you sound no less retarded in Spanish.
It's funny when retards won't own up to being retarded.
It is actually theoretically possible to lower peak torque and yet raise peak power. In this case, though, it's just incorrect info.
This thread is completely serious.
It's an informal agreement between Audi, BMW, and M-B.
Ferrari certainly isn't older than Chevy.
OMG HIZ POAST VANISHD LOL
You were laughing out loud when you wrote this?
It's an error. The peak torque figure they have listed is impossible.
Obviously, if they're appending "for the street" to the model name, it suggests that the original model wasn't intended for the street.
It means "street", but as an adjective. In this case, you can interpret it as "for the street" or "road-going".
It's not street legal. It's intended for track use.
"1001 Bhp, you tool."
Afraid not. Anyone who would make that "correction" obviously has no #$%#ing clue what they're talking about.
This is too stupid for me to respond to.
Both issues can be mitigated to some extent through the use of CVTs and recuperators, respectively. Using a recuperator also improves fuel...
It has 1001 PS = 987 hp.
Yes, the Veyron has nearly 1000 bhp, and this doesn't.