Is there any way to tell a 2.0 just by looking at it?

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Any distinguishing external features?
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The fire breathing nostrils and the aura of never ending intestinal fortitude should be a dead giveaway.
 

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Any distinguishing external features?
I saw no external badging or differentiating body features. I looked while watching the [Banned Site] video featuring the first delivered 2.0 I've seen and saw zero difference.
 

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The smile on the drivers face at the gas station.
 

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lol so true plus the sound of the turbo spooling up.
 

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Why is he smiling? Cuz he’s paying .25 cents more per gallon for 91 octane?
It’s strange, but we mostly have 87, 89, and 93 here. Not many stations with 91, but it is either 91 or 93, not both. My Mustang requires 93 and have been running that for about 6 or 7 years.
 

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Why is he smiling? Cuz he’s paying .25 cents more per gallon for 91 octane?
No, Cuz he passed up his buddies in their pentastars filling up about 100 miles back.
 
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