You can shove a fire hose up his ass, but that doesn't make it any better.have you heard of stomach flush? Not exactly "drinking" per say, but that water will get into the animal.
Using premium fuel doesn't change anything. Some cars require premium fuel (higher octane) to prevent knock because of higher compression. Octanes actually tell you how much fuel can be compressed before it ignites.The same engine in my friend's Lexus IS350 makes 306 WHP (wheel horse power). Granted the tuning is different, but the engine is great.
Using premium fuel will increase performance, yes. But the engine can still run on regular 87 octane. I'm not sure what you mean by too powerful...I assume if you've never driven a car with a V6 it may be overwhelming, but it's no supercar.
The 2.5 can chirp Primacy and Energy tires on the dry asphalt and spin them on the dry concrete, so 3.5 should definitely spin if you "simply mashing the pedal to the floor".A Camry SE V6 will do a drama-free 0-60 in 5.8 seconds all day long by simply mashing the pedal to the floor. No need to be a good driver or severely abuse your car to get that time.
It'll spin the tires a little, I didn't put it to the floor immediately, you do have to modulate the throttle a little at first so the traction control doesn't become too intrusive, after that though, it truly is a mash and go affair with no drama. This isn't a 400+ hp Mustang GT where there is a very fine line between smoking the hell out of the tires and bogging down.and then you simply can push pedal to the metal and do "drama -free" 0-60 in 5.8 without any tire spin...
It's relatively drama free compared to the WRX, sheesh. There is a hint of tire spin and you just have to ease off the throttle ever so slightly at first. Compared to almost any other manual transmission car with even a hint of sportyness, it's drama free, especially drama free compared to a WRX being clutch dropped at 6700 rpm slamming through gears. What are you, the semantics police?Your "a drama-free 0-60 in 5.8 seconds" is not that "drama free": the tire spin, driver's reaction, acceleration technique, pavement condition... The V-6 Camry is a large,quick, comfy and pretty expensive family car, the WRX is a pretty affordable awd true sports car at heart that gives you a real driving pleasure.