its a repost, but the guy in front is in an audi S4 or S6 i think......I'm not sure if the camera man is in an ///M or not.....im guessing probably a 330ci or something
AMG can't build an NA engine that can compete with M engines, so they stick in a supercharger and say their cars are faster. BMW could simply do the same, but they don't out of principle.</span>
this has been posted numerous times, but it is a great video. the blue car in front is an Audi RS4, which Audi claims can go 0-60mph is under 5 seconds. I've also heard that the camera car is an M5, but if that's true the Audi shouldnt have pulled on the M5 so fast. either way though, it's a great video.
I did hear that is was an RS4 wagon, so that must be correct, but i did also hear about the camera car being an M5, i dont think that the RS4 would pull that fast from the M5, but it is definetly a 5er BMW, i bet a 540.
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Originally posted by spiff325is@Feb 26 2005, 09:43 AM I did hear that is was an RS4 wagon, so that must be correct, but i did also hear about the camera car being an M5, i dont think that the RS4 would pull that fast from the M5, but it is definetly a 5er BMW, i bet a 540.
well, after watching the video, i've come to a few conclusions:
1. the rs4 got the jump everytime on the "m5" or whatever it was.
2. that's DAMN crazy
3. he was able to start to creep up on the rs4 everytime and only reallycaught up when they had to brake..and then...(see #1)
one of the people that sent this to me when it was just starting to around the internet told me it was a 330ci sport. i could be wrong but since it was sent to me a long time ago i figured it was true. some other guy said it was an m3 but i highly doubt it.
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