DRT: Koenigsegg CCR Evo vs. Switzer GT-R

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For this week’s edition of Drag Race Tuesdays, two tuned favorites take to the strip for an epic supercar battle.

In stock form, the Koenigsegg CCR packs 816 horsepower and can push 245 mph. German tuner Edo Competition expanded upon these stats, creating the Koenigsegg CCR Evo 817 that can manage an impressive 891 horsepower, sprint from 0-62 mph in 3.2 seconds, and hit 186 mph in a mere 23 seconds. The Switzer Performance P800 GT-R, with its Monster intercoolers, turbocharger upgrades and high-flow fuel injectors has 800 horsepower on tap and should give the ageing CCR a run for its money.

So can the souped-up supercar killer live up to its reputation, or will the Swedish wizard's first creation reign supreme? Watch the vid to find out.

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