1001 horses of stock vs. 700 horses of tuned. Drag races don’t come closer than this.
The Juke-R is the ultimate street-sleeper, with the outward facade of a Nissan Juke and the blood and guts of the Nissan GT-R. The limited edition model comes with a 545-hp 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6. But the model racing here has been cranked up to 700 horses by Shpilli Villi Engineering who added bigger turbochargers, as well as a center-dump exhaust and fat rims. That said the Bugatti Veyron, with a 1,001 hp quad-turbo W16, should have enough to sneak the Juke-R on the strip.
As it turns out the French supercar manages to clock the quarter mile in 11.276 seconds, completing the mile at 193 mph. Is that enough, though? Check the video to find out.