No it's manual (they are few and far between)
Yeh well red line is at only 6.5K rpm!
Any videos of your VTS apart from the wheelspin one?
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Cutac wrote: ↑14 Dec 2018, 21:38Thanks!
I too prefer driving ones but it's hard to film the VTS. It's got a long second gear and I can't really find an empty place with a long enough road to do it. Plus my DSLR has quite bad microphones and I can't figure out the way to mount my phone to record.
I've uploaded this one now
Cutac wrote: ↑20 Dec 2018, 12:12I agree with you, this car is basically timeless in design.
It's got the Kamm back design which originated in the 30's and was popular from 50's to late 70's, it's got a spoiler(especially this pretty spoiler, it's like having a pair of pop-up headlamps - it's better than others) and it makes some nice noise.
I've never seen this car as a track weapon or the usual hot hatch. I see it as an homage to the original SM. Of course it's not an SM, there's no debate there, but it looks like nothing else, has a nice sounding engine and would be perfect if it had no B pillar so you could drive down the riviera with the windows rolled down while listening to Cocaine!
I've been looking for another weekend car for some time now and the only thing I actually like is the new 308 GTi, but it's not even remotely similar to the VTS.
Or the E92 either 335i or M3, but it's a fast, precise German coupe. It's not a red French coupe with a spoiler! And the only, only thing better than a red French coupe with a spoiler is a red Italian roadster without a spoiler!