I = 3.307, II = 1.842, III = 1.310, IV = 0.970, V = 0.755, Diff = 4.388, R = 3.166
Automatic shifts prior to redline, so the best run occurred with manual shifting to closer approach redline. There was a little tire scratch off the line, but then it settles into a slow, steady run with a sporty-buzzy engine note.
Steering shudders a little under full ABS stop, but the vehicle tracks straight. The pedal is firm, but not what I'd call hard and the nose dips pretty noticeably.
Modulating the speed on the skid pad displays this vehicle's trait for lift-throttle oversteer. Rotation is predictable and can be kept under control with the correct steering input, but I wouldn't trust everybody to know how to do this. Even more scary for the average driver is this same behavior at slalom speeds. In an emergency situation (and without ESC), could be a little dicey. A couple quick transitions in a row, and the back end steps out -- especially off-throttle. As it was in the skid pad, the steering remains light but quick and precise enough to catch the rotation. Opt for stability control if offered on this vehicle.