Now This Is What You Call A Battle Of The Titans

Drag Race

McLaren 650S vs. Lamborghini Aventador

When the McLaren 650S and Lamborghini Aventador hit the track, the specs on these two badass cars are so close that it can really come down to the skill of the driver to determine the winner. The Lamborghini LP 700-4 is an absolute powerhouse that pushes out 700 horsepower and can hit sixty miles per hour in a minuscule 2.9 seconds. The McLaren 650S is an incredibly versatile supercar that packs 650 horsepower and can also hit sixty miles per hour in 2.9 seconds.

In other words, these masterful machines are direct competitors. So what happens when these two line up on a quarter mile of tarmac and race from one end to the other? Your guess is as good as ours.

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