If there's one thing U.S.-based automakers do efficiently, it is the naming of their cars. Chevrolet Malibu, right? Add LT or some such thing, and you've got it. Even when it comes to more tightly wound and desirable cars, you're still bound by certain limits: Ford Shelby GT500. Meanwhile, a similarly timed introduction from the Germans results in the Audi R8 V10 5.2 FSI Quattro. Seriously.
"Overall, then, the FQ-360 is a qualified return to form. As a black-top warrior it resolutely gets the job done – there are gnarled roads where nothing will travel faster. But for us a few of those gritty teenage kicks are still missing. And that’s a shame." That's evo's word, which basically means absolutely bang-on the money in these parts. How unfortunate.