Is it just me or are the numbers not adding up here to others as well. Even given the underestimated power rating of BMW motors, a rated 335 HP BMW engine (even Rear wheel horsepower) should not propel a 3400 lb car to 60 in 4 seconds, and a 7:40 Nurburgring lap. Either Toyota is not providing the true HP number, or wildly exagerating performance figures. I'd er on the side of not providing true HP numbers. This is believable, as the Japanese have a history of this, and it's easy to imagine an agreement between BMW and Toyota, whereby Toyota can tinker with the power of the engine to produce a performance level they need, but cannot quote higher HP values than a given BMW engine (335). This would make more sense as performance is much easier to quantify than HP, and will be the first thing the journalists verify.