I don't think we even have enough power to the wheels to make it go sideways on dry pavement, instead that might be more reserved for vehicles like the Q60. But for all i know the tires we have might help in that. too bad this isn't the sort of demographic that would try!
the Toyota FR-S was a good example of this but that car was intended to go sideways from the start, here we have a GT that's made to perfect the turns, still this is the closest a Japanese car maker gets to creating a 4-series, so as you can guess, getting sideways is still on the table
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