The British YouTube channel Carwow showed on video a drag race between the fastest production Ferrari — the SF90 Stradale super hybrid — and a 1000-horsepower Nissan GT-R. The strongest was identified based on the results of races from a place for a quarter mile, several races from a course of 50 miles per hour (80 kilometers per hour) at a distance of half a mile, and the final test was an assessment of the effectiveness of brakes when slowing down from 100 miles per hour (161 kilometers per hour).
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale debuted in 2019. This is a four-engine four-wheel drive hybrid with a 4.0-liter power plant based on a “Biturbo 8”. Peak output is 1000 horsepower and 800 Nm. The Italian coupe weighs 1570 kilograms and costs about 376 thousand pounds in the UK.
The Nissan GT-R R35 was developed in the mid-2000s, but the sports car was repeatedly updated, and the 2013 version of the sample took part in the drag. Under the hood, boosted to 1000 horsepower and 1150 Nm twin-turbo V6 with a volume of 3.8 liters, there is all-wheel drive. The Japanese two-door is heavier than its competitor by almost two hundredweight, but much cheaper – even with tuning, the price does not exceed 90 thousand pounds.
In drag, the opponents were crushed by two-tenths of a second from a place for a quarter of a mile, the results of the races from the course depended on the selected settings, but the test for the effectiveness of the brakes surprised the Carwow observer.
A year ago, the British already tested the Ferrari SF90 — then the latest Rimac electric hypercar was put up against the Italian flagship.
Source: Carwow YouTube Channel