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It revs to whaatt?
It's a 2005, so only 8200 RPM. They dropped the revs a bit to add some torque after 2003.

I love how it's such a raw car. I always tell people it doesn't have features. AC, power windows, radio, and a clock. That's about the list.
 

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My stable includes the following but not really classified as "sports/muscle"cars:

1996 Porsche 911 C4S (993)

2005 BMW M3 (E46) (Track Car)

2016 MB G63 with a few mods
 

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I just returned my leased 2015 Subaru BRZ and bought a 2003 BMW Z4 2.5i Roadster.
Before the BRZ I had a 1984 Porsche 944.

Yes, the Stelvio is probably faster than all of them in most situations, but they are a completely different driving experience.
 

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I’ve a 2013 Evora S. I also had an Elise that I sold a few months ago as I wasn’t driving it enough and now regret that decision.....

I guess the wife’s A5 also kinda counts as it’s a two door.....
 

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Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio 2004. It was 420HP I upgraded it to 520 and has low mileage so I will keep to the end of my days. It is a demon that glues you to the seats but these days I never drive it. Before I always had a sedan or a SUV and when I was in need for sporting drive I was going for the 911 Turbo. Now I get enough excitement from the Stelvio . Having the Stelvio is like driving two cars at the same time. You decide if it is a sport car or soccer mom transporter. With the Stelvio is fun to watch the people that "try to race with you" when they find out that no, you are faster :) I remember when the Porsche Cayenne Turbo came out with a tremendous 0-60 in 5.6 seconds and 450HP. Today the entry level Stelvio has the same performance , it seems unbelievable.
 

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My other cars aren't muscle cars but they are fun to drive and all of them are manual transmission. I have a Fiat 500 Abarth, Fiesta ST and Focus ST. I have a 4 day commute of almost 100 miles a day to work so I drive each car a day a week to work and then drive the Stelvio most of the week-end as well.
 
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