Wow, this was fun to make , the engine list (in power order)
2.0t S (190hp/270nm)
2.0T aero (210hp/300nm)
3.0TDCi Tuned (220hp/480nm)-will be in presets soon (along with tuned 2.3td and 2.0TDCi)
2.8T (280hp/400nm)-will be in a preset with AWD (will have to do a bit of tuning)
===my comments on each engine(review)===
2.3TD, a reliable workhorse, this will outlast the whole car, decently powerful and the kind of engine that takes a good 2 minutes or so to start under sub zero temperatures (<32F) This engine is the kind that will never let you down, the kind that you will be in traffic and you can smell the fumes, a truly fantastic engine for the time, and for it to be sold today still is even more testament to how advanced it was in early days.
2.0t, for those who want more power than the stock 2.0 N/A.
2.0TDCi, the wonderful ETK engine, minimal turbo lag allows for a responsive drive, and the DPF and high efficiency leads to low running costs, the 350NM on tap makes this car quicker than you would expect, that torque is available right from 1400RPM to 3000RPM leading to nice smooth power delivery, this is an exceptionally smooth 4cyl diesel.
3.0TDCi, a diesel gem, not high performance but really smooth power delivery charging from 1500RPM upwards, the noise it makes is comparable to a V6 unleaded petrol, still an old engine though, the kind that will take a while to warm up on a cold day, not terribly reliable but the power is amazing for an older style diesel, even today nothing compares to how smooth this V6 is (IRL the Isuzu 6DE1 is amazing, the smoothest diesel i have ever seen in my life)
2.0t S, a sleeper, this engine is surprisingly torquey and delivers its power in a nice fashion, the autobox works well in this engine as it rides the torque wave well with minimal revs.
2.0T Aero, a 4 cylinder GT? Ibishu tuned this 4cyl to 210HP leading to spectacular overtakes, this like the others revs to 7000RPM, with a sport exhaust this engine is fun to drive, but this car is FWD so it is not a sports car, merely a rapid cruiser, it simply does not have the excellent german handling RWD german rivals have, and in the wet you can feel 210HP overwhelming the front tyres.
2.8t Aero, a FWD GT hero, defying all conventions Ibishu sent 250HP through the front wheels, this is a good car but unrealistic to say its a sport car, a high performance road cruiser is a better term, you can waft along quite well too but put your foot down and this thing flies like the wind, sits comfortably at 130mph and if you keep your foot down it can hold 155mph with a nice engine note.