In this week’s Twitter poll, we compare a set of high performance compact coupes some relatively new while others have been there for a while. The set comprises of the new Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe, BMW M4, Lexus RC F and the Audi RS5.
Poll of the Week
— GTspirit.com (@GTspirit) March 21, 2016
All four cars have nearly the same power output figures, playing between 425 hp and 470 hp. The Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe is the most potent producing 476 hp from the 4.0 liter bi-turbo V8 engine. The Lexus RC F comes second on the power chart with 467 hp from the naturally aspirated 5.0 liter V8. The Audi RS5 is relatively older than the lot but good for 444 hp from a 4.2 liter V8 while the BMW M4 produces 425 hp from its 3.0 liter twin-turbo inline six.
|Audi RS5||$70,900||4.2 L V8||444 hp||4.5 seconds|
|BMW M4||$65,700||3.0 L I6||425 hp||4.3 seconds|
|Lexus RC F||$62,805||5.0 L V8||467 hp||4.5 seconds|
|Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe||$88,136||4.0 L V8||476 hp||4.0 seconds|
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M4 comp pack does 0to60 in 3.8sec get your facts right.
Thanks, I’ll take my Challenger Scat Pack any day. No turbo, no supercharger, just 6.4L of big bang at half the price of those over-engineered, high maintenance, overpriced German examples. Anyone who’d pay that much for a Lexus, that’s a joke. Lastly, my Challenger with 510hp, looks to kill, and when you’ve spent thousands on maintenance after a few years, I’ll be changing the oil and tires and moving along. .