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Turbocharged

VC refresh rate is laggy compared to analogue gauges. Rather have the old school gauges. It's ok to have a bigger screen in the middle for the maps.

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Twincharged
1 hour ago, flashbang said:

VC refresh rate is laggy compared to analogue gauges. Rather have the old school gauges. It's ok to have a bigger screen in the middle for the maps.

Liddis?

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Hypersonic

Frankly I don't see the logic of placing a map on the cockpit.

 

 

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Hypersonic
4 minutes ago, Hamburger said:

Frankly I don't see the logic of placing a map on the cockpit.

 

 

Lol that's where I put my phone if I need to use Google maps lol

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6 hours ago, Sdf4786k said:

As long as you have a weight penalty, the lighter one would be more "darty"

GTR is another cattle of fish as the consideration is to have a hefty weight. 

i really enjoy ys khong's videos, especially the genting runs. i like the gti even more than the new bmw m135i. haven't tried the golf r, not sure if it's worth the $30k difference over the gti.

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Turbocharged
6 hours ago, bemywife said:

i really enjoy ys khong's videos, especially the genting runs. i like the gti even more than the new bmw m135i. haven't tried the golf r, not sure if it's worth the $30k difference over the gti.

confirm worth it with AWD...

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Turbocharged
1 minute ago, flashbang said:

looks perfect!

SG maybe you still can get analogue dials for audis, since they always bring in the most basic model..

 

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The car sits slightly lower than a lesser Octavia as a result of installing a stiffer suspension setup to improve handling. At the back, the subtle spoiler denotes this isn’t your typical version of Skoda’s best-selling car, while the dual exhausts further reveal the car’s performance-oriented nature. As much as we hate to be the bearer of bad news, we strongly believe the right exhaust finisher is just for show as it does not seem to be connected to the actual exhaust tip. Instead, the real ones are hiding behind that angular exhaust finisher on the left side.

The plug-in hybrid powertrain will combine a 1.4-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with an electric motor to offer a total confirmed output of 242 horsepower, with torque likely to stand at 400 Newton-meters (295 pound-feet) as it’s the case with the electrified Leon. There’s a pretty good chance you won’t be able to row your own gears as the Octavia RS iV could be offered exclusively with a dual-clutch automatic transmission (DSG) much like its Spanish cousin.

After the market launch of the Octavia RS iV, conventionally powered versions with follow, with a 2.0-liter TSI model due to offer 241 hp while a 2.0 TDI model will have 197 hp. The gasoline-fueled model will give buyers the choice between a six-speed manual and a seven-speed DSG, with the latter being the sole gearbox for the diesel.

Meanwhile, the plug-in hybrid Octavia RS is bound to premiere on March 3 at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.

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Hypersonic

Nice but it looks like a scale down version of superb. 

Too much similarities between models are boring and lacked characters. 

C, E S class and you know what I mean... 

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Supersonic
11 minutes ago, Hamburger said:

Nice but it looks like a scale down version of superb. 

Too much similarities between models are boring and lacked characters. 

C, E S class and you know what I mean... 

my thoughts too. too common 

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Turbocharged
1 hour ago, Hamburger said:

Nice but it looks like a scale down version of superb. 

Too much similarities between models are boring and lacked characters. 

C, E S class and you know what I mean... 

looks like a IS200 replica 😂

on a separate note, does the engine cover looks familiar

 

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Supersonic
1 hour ago, Hamburger said:

Nice but it looks like a scale down version of superb. 

Too much similarities between models are boring and lacked characters. 

C, E S class and you know what I mean... 

Thats how car manufacturer do nowadays

cx3 cx5 cx8 cx9 all similar

the same to 3, 5 and 7er

also x1 x3 x5 

 

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16 minutes ago, Thaiyotakamli said:

Thats how car manufacturer do nowadays

cx3 cx5 cx8 cx9 all similar

the same to 3, 5 and 7er

also x1 x3 x5 

 

It's just big, bigger and biggest. All looks the same to me. 

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8 hours ago, Thaiyotakamli said:

Finally nice rear signal light from skoda

i hate the current rims of the RS, like 5 flower petals and so oversized relative to the car.

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Turbocharged

I think the Octy also getting one of those shaver type of gear lever? Started off with Porsche, now onto the VW, Skoda should get it as well..

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