How does the tax thing work man, is it based on cubic capacity over there?2.3L! it's gonna have some torque for sure.
Looks like a very promising platform... But you can differently see where they got their ideas. E-LSD, rev matching, performance model
But tax-wise a 2.3L would be stupid in Belgium.
They offered a performance model already for the Focus ST MK3. It did include 19" wheels and bigger front brakesBut you can differently see where they got their ideas. E-LSD, rev matching, performance model
In germany its 2 € (for petrol engines, diesel is more expensive) for every 100cc + a fee based on the co2 emissions per year. So here 300cc more doesnt hurt anyone, instead i'd very much like to have those 420 NmHow does the tax thing work man, is it based on cubic capacity over there?
It might be around that price but I guess that if you want to match the i30 N standard equipment its going to be a lot more than that.Anyone else think the brakes look a bit small in those wheels?
Also very interested to see what the price is, I somehow doubt they'll be around £28k