Drag Race: Will the stock 911 Turbo S be able to overtake the 1100-horsepower GT-R and Rallycross EV?

Drag Race: Will the stock 911 Turbo S be able to overtake the 1100-horsepower GT-R and Rallycross EV? 1




A video has appeared on Carwow’s YouTube channel showing a race between a stock Porsche 911 Turbo S, an 1100-horsepower Nissan GT-R, and a rally electric car. These cars have nothing in common, except that they are all insanely fast.

I must say that the new Porsche 911 Turbo S is an insanely fast car. Countless times this performance of the German supercar has prevailed in various drag racing, so you can expect insanely fast results from it every time it gets on the starting line.

“Does the standard Porsche 911 Turbo S have enough power to beat the tuned Nissan GT-R and the electric Rallycross racing car?”

This can be found thanks to the Carwow team, which decided to arrange a race according to the rules of drag racing between these cars. These cars have nothing in common, except that they are insanely fast.

But first, let’s look at the numbers. The Nissan GT-R received forged internal parts, which allows its V6 to produce 1100 horsepower of power and 1270 Nm of torque. It also has a six-speed automatic transmission that transfers power to all four wheels.

Meanwhile, the EV is an electric Xite Racing Nitro car created for rallycross. It is driven by four electric motors, one for each wheel, and their total power is 820 hp (900 Nm). Oddly enough, he has a three-speed gearbox on board.

Of course, the 911 Turbo S comes with a standard 3.8-liter opposed six-cylinder twin-turbocharged engine that develops 650 hp (850 Nm), also transmitted to all four wheels. This is the least powerful of the three competing machines, but, as we know, it used to work wonders, despite the shortcomings.

Interestingly, the electric rally car is the lightest of all, but also the most expensive, given its nature as a rival in motorsport.