Assuming you were talking about his Typo, then yes. Assuming that you say
no such sports car (an I6 sports car, not a sedam,[nixs the bimmers]) they
you are very wrong
Sitting outside my house (and finally running again) is a 1980 Dautsun
280zx. All the Z cars up to a certain year (dunno which year yet, still
looking) had inline 6 engines. 2 seats (or 2+2, which i thought looked
ugly) T-tops were a (popular) option, and i like the way it runs :-)
And I even went to the trouble to auto correct the quote (q.v.), not
failing to enclose the corrected part in the requisite brackets. (It
is never proper to alter a quote without explicitly clarifying the
ricardo, ex-euroslav vancouver bc canada
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I don't see how. "Two inline V4s" would be a V8. VW does not have a V8
(though Audi does). VW's W8 is made up of two VR4s, with each VR4
serving as a "bank" of the W. Even if you consider a VR to be "inline"
(which I don't - inline means *in line*) then the W8 is made of "two
inline fours", not "two V4s".
Sigh. The original comment was based on an inline V6 engine. Which
is by definition impossible. The VR engines are considered to be both
inline *and* V by different groups of people, thus it can be argued
(with tongue firmly in cheek) that it is in fact an inline V6. Thus,
the W8 is made with two inline V4s.
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