That does sound like a nice V6. My only experience has been straight 6s fans always complained that they could never make them sound as nice as a V8s, and if if didn't sound as nice as a V8 than it couldn't possible perform as well as one.
Hijack alert. I was just wondering yesterday how how does the number of cylinders/displacement affect performance? In other words, if the CCs of a 4 cylinder equal the CCs of a 12 cylinders why do they sound/perform so differently?
This is coming from wondering why since modern tech is improving the performance of V8s every year why companies don't consider producing smaller V8s? You'd still have the allure of a V8 without being penalized as much by the there's no replacement for displacement crowd (even if it could be proven that a 4 or 6 can perform just as well). Because for whatever reason there still seems to exist the mentality that it's not the displacement that counts as much as it's the number of cylinders.
I imagine V12 lovers think the same way about V8s.
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