03-30-2013, 01:47 PM #1
Ridiculous R&T comparo: 991 PDK vs. Lotus Evora IPS
This may be the most ridiculous review I have ever seen.
The point of this comparison is to find the "best two-pedal car". The reviewer comes right out and says the PDK is the best transmission on the market. The 911 trounces the Lotus in every aspect of the performance test. And yet, they choose the Lotus because... I still can't figure out why.
Sure, the 911 is getting into more of a GT category than sports car, and the Lotus is definitely still 100% sports car. I think they should have compared a PDK Cayman S - at least those two cars share a MR drivetrain setup.Current: '00 S2000
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03-30-2013, 02:04 PM #2
LMFAO, I have to agree with you. This is the dumbest thing I have ever seen. Yea the Porsche is better all around, but the Lotus is the winner. LMFAO what the hell just happened? What idiots.Burger Motorsports
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