Having started out life as an Mk4 R32, this example has, obviously, been wildly tuned, putting out performance that would scare many a supercar.
The tuned Corvette ZR1 has 1200 hp while the McLaren makes do with 710, at least officially, but even so, it managed to put up a good fight.
The two EVs dueled in the wet and the Porsche came out on top, but since the tests were conducted by a German publication, many claim they were rigged.
This particular Volvo V50 has 550 hp to play with, but is that enough to beat the McLaren? Let’s see.
John Hennessey’s personal McLaren 600LT is powerful enough to hang with the slippery 720S.
The Tesla Model S P100D and Mercedes-AMG GT 63 achieve their performance in very different ways.
You’d expect the big V8-powered truck to trump the smaller diesel trucks but apparently that’s not the case.
The Skoda Kodiaq vRS’s diesel-powered four-pot is less powerful than the Jeep’s 2.0-liter gasoline unit.
The Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye has a significant horsepower advantage over the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE.
The twin-engined Lupo is too powerful for its own good, and yet managed to set a stunning 1/4-mile run.
Merc’s super saloon sure is one hell of a performer, but with a power deficit of 100 HP, can it hold its own against the Italian exotic?.
The Boxster GTS has roughly 25 hp more than the Euro-spec Z4 M40i – so who won this German roadsters’ fight?.