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While having HP at the disposal of your right foot sounds amazing and a little scary , something with less power is probably better for daily use.
I spent a little bit of time in a Charger SRT Hellcat and, while it was insanely fun, it was too much. The noise that the hp supercharged 6. The little sports car made just hp when new. Unlike the Charger Hellcat, the Miata was fun nearly everywhere except for on a highway.
The little four-cylinder had trouble getting up to highway speeds and passing was laughably impossible. But now, rental cars and entry-level sports cars have more. Still, anything in that neighborhood is more than enough for the road. But, in the end, it also depends on you, the driver, and how much you mush the right pedal, too, as three hundred ponies are more than enough to get you into trouble. What do you guys think? Is HP the sweet spot to have fun or is there no such thing as too much horsepower?
Series 1 of the Lotus Elise managed to do amazing things with hp. The same hp would make my current ride pathetic. There are a lot of factors that contributes to it, for example Exige is a good car. But the sound of Jaguar straight six makes up for it. I have not yet ride or drive American muscle car, but people are different. Some like the raw thrill of high horsepower as they drive past through the line, some like have a blast of driving loaned Up GTI in UK B-road.
I would agree that is about right, although torque and weight can make that insufficient or overkill depending on the actual application. I think the issue is more that the average person has no idea how to quickly navigate corners, so the only simple thrill for the masses is mashing the gas.
How else do you explain the prevalence of automatics even in performance cars? For that, you can probably guess that most people would prefer more than hp. In reality, there are few places on public roads where you can actually go full throttle for more than a split second with that much power.
I always found corners to be the most fun part. I had a Shelby prototype CS-8, one of 20 with a hp engine, derated to hp, until I totaled it in a low-speed collision, but I was headed for an IL racetrack to kick it up to mph redline.
BTW, thanks for your reply about the Bizarro glitter cartoon. I would like to borrow a friends Hellcat — but I would never want to own one. I have a C SRT8. It can get to 60 mph in 4. IF it can get traction. And given how quickly it can get up to speed — the fun is over before you know it. A 7 second to 60 car is more fun. Jokes aside, Fun is subjective and different from one person to another, few would argue that fun is driving a small city car with no constrains to any mechanical or complicated systems, the sense of freedom attached to say a small car.
For heavier sedans and even trucks, I think just north of is a good number for fun that can get you in trouble. Agree with most…hp is on target for the fun factor. Hope to find that day again! Yep i agree as I stated above my 17 Explorer Sport makes hp and does in 5. It also rides, handles and stops really well for a large vehicle and is very comfortable. Oh and it tows our cargo trail with ease. If you drive on side roads or hills then you barely enjoy a Porsche, Ferrari, Mustang or else.
If i really had to spend some more it would be a Cayman or a Gt-R with the GT-R being unsuitable for most things i like to do with cars which is back roads and hilly roads. I am not interested in top speeds on straights. I have long wanted a Lotus. I have no desire for supercars because they have too many limitations. They are not genuinely enjoyable. There are a lot of sports cars make you happy when driving.
Porsche Cayman I drove 3. But for me there is a limit somewhere between and hp. Supercars are not so fun, they are just strong and powerfull. Sometime they are to big. I agree that horsepower is a great number but foot pounds of torque is an addition that gives red light to red light a thrill. I just sold my 95 Corvette and I can tell you in the 10 years I owned it the back roads around my area have been used quite frequently and never really got a ticket.
The 95 Vette at a 1. The three modes selective ride control was always on sport. I have a motorcycle capable of in 2. Get me in under 7 seconds. HP is nice but gotta factor in weight and torque too. My S Porsche HP in a 3, lb chassis is more than adequate and very nicely balanced, combining tremendous handling with enough power on tap to never be boring. The magic formula IMO is hp lb-ft lb. Adjust power to more or less depending on weight. Car like that is fun just putting around town and also plenty fast for the track.
My thing is to get around corners and on back roads. This car was fantastic. Fuel economy was great, car had less than HP, and it was fun as hell. My dream car is more of an S than a C They are either automatic or you will be going to fast! Then again my 17 Explorer Sport makes and I smile every time the turbos kick in. Anything over hp is overkill for road cars. That being said…I have no problem with car makers stuffing ever more of it into their vehicles. Even I can see where marketing has overpowered useful practicality.
Anything over hp is about appealing to the internal combustion crowd. I have a hard time explaining why I spent the same money on a new Grand sport vette over a Z06 year old … was plenty for a track day and daily.. If you driving go-Kart, you feel the speed and more exciting. Different others races, there are the objects closer to the periphery of vision. Objects closer to vision appear to move faster and hence disappear faster from vision than objects further away.
In the street, compare on motorways the drivers have less information to process and act on. Hence, with less decisions to make, and fewer actions required than on urban roads, the driver may feel that the speed of the car is below his or hers cognitive capacity. The car makers for the market competition reasons, Constantly Produce higher horsepower but not practical vehicles to satisfy people, Because we obsessed to Speed somehow related biological factor.
So speak of how many horsepower in urban roads is impracticable. If you wanna feels speed about how much horsepower is necessary, regular racing is only choice. The Aussie carmaker can now re-badge Buicks, Chevys and even Cadillacs if it thinks they are a good fit. VW could start producing its own solid-state batteries and not rely solely on its suppliers in the mids.
Power to weight is more important than a HP figure. Weight deeply influences cornering ability. So low weight with a good power to weight ratio. I need Power, Power, Power is all I need….. Yes, around for a 1, kg car is good enough. Depends on what your doing. My hp mustang is plenty around a corner. In a straight line? October 27, at 6: October 27, at 5: October 27, at 4: The plant, which is currently under construction, will also build the batteries of the two EVs.
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