The numbers are at full boost. I drove a 2.0t for awhile in a Range Rover Evoque and ultimately it was why I decided to cancel my 2.0t order. At WOT, yeah it can feel powerful. Most of the time, regular drivability, it will not be at full boost, so any quick throttle inputs will result in spooling and lag before the real power hits. And when the transmission starts trending towards eco focused, a pedal mash may not result in a downshift which means accelerating with limited boost. Feels weak.The numbers would not support your statement at all. The 2.0 makes more torque and more HP at lower RPM plus it has a battery motor assist for added low rpm torque. My guess is that you are totally just guessing unless you have driven one of these.