‘The seats look like a dead whale’s tongue and offer as much support as Old Trafford does lately’
I laughed at that line too, was quite clever. However, I quite like the look of the A35 seats as they remind me a little of retro Porsche 911 seats (circa. 964 era):‘The seats look like a dead whale’s tongue and offer as much support as Old Trafford does lately’
Had to laugh at that, Im not a massive fan of the seats either, I would’ve happily paid the £1500 or whatever extra for performance seats if it was an option.
Yeah, performance is not far behind the a45s. Shame, there looks to be a significant price hike in Aus compared to last version. Its an engine thats a lot easier to make big power out of with mods/tuning than the a45s.Performance looks unbelievable, closer to A45s rival than A35 but that interior is closer to a boggo A180 SE, when he pressed down on that steering wheel button it looked like it could be made out of rubber the way it flexed.
Seems pretty significant here too, I believe the Golf like most cars has been increasing in price but it’s about £8000 up from the last one when that came out.Shame, there looks to be a significant price hike in Aus compared to last version.
That seems to be the way VW are placing it yeah, VW and Audi share so many platforms of cars though and to my knowledge Audi has always had the slightly more premium offering so thats why it’s a bit strange.Is thre R now a step up from the S3?
The R has the new trick torque vectoring AWD with a drift mode.