I would have offered the same solution as Jaymanek. I haven't driven a 190 Cossie, but would have assumed that the 190 would offer greater agility in the confines of an inner city environment - and thus have an advantage over the E500E, as the E500E has never (as far as I know) been recognised as a "sportster", but rather as a long distance tourer?The 190E Cossie certainly feels a quicker car off the mark and more alive... The 500E definitely has the top end though..
So an inner city chase, id probably say 190E.
For a highway type pursuit the 500E.
well...2.3-16 is slower than the 2-5-16 anyways"Wasn´t that a slowest sport saloon on the market?" Top Gear on 2,3-16V. Should i say more...
I mean 2.5, sorry...well...2.3-16 is slower than the 2-5-16 anyways
But a race around town...the 16v would crush the 500e in terms of agility and handling,of course on a high way speed pursuit...it would be the other way around ,,or maybe not...the 16 valvers are no slouches even though they have alot less horspower
How is about Lübeck? Older than 850 years, you can imaginedepends on the size of the city then ?
Already been done. Lest we forget, the producers of the predecessor to Fast & Furious, Taxi (1998), chose the 500E (however as the choice ride of the baddies).Ok - lets imagine you had to pick an undercover police car to chase the fast and furious baddies that can‘t shift and have neon lights in the next movie 190E 2.5-16 or 500E?
Between a mentioned 2.3-16 US SPEC car and a 2.5-16 euro spec car..there is quite a difference in the horsepower.But of course..its not like you break your neck from the acceleration in a 2.5.16 versus a 2.3-16.....but still...quite a difference.There is not a big difference between 2.3-16 and 2.5-16 if the cars are ok, not beaten up.
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