Put a V8 in that same chassis and it will drive better, go faster and live longer.
After a fun experiment Ford conceeded that.
I like the SHO also, but it was made obsolete by advances in engine management that put the V8 back on top.
I think it was a V8 car that won the Pirelli Challenge this year, wish I could remember the make....
You know you don't wish you had a Turbo 4 or 6 under your hood, instead of an LSA.
The LS engine is in the upper leauge of performance engines, so why kick it to the curb?
The LS is the best chance we have to get epic performance from the ATS-V.
Do you think it would be bad for GM's image if the Cadillac ATS-V was too fast?
GM might be thinking that, which would be the only reason they would use a V6-TT instead of a V8.