Porsche 918 Spyder Vs. 1200 HP Nissan GT-R In Epic Rolling Race

Drag Race

Who wins?

The Porsche 918 Spyder is one of the best performing hypercars in the world. The Spyder is powered by an insane 4.6-liter V8 mated with two electric motors and capable of producing a punishing 887 hp and 944 lb-ft of torque. Not only is the 918 powerful, it's also capable of handling that power around a race track and outperforming other cars in its class. This is especially so when kitted out with the Weissach package that reduces the car’s curb weight by 99 pounds, like the one in this video.

Besides other hypercars, one of the only other cars that has the potential of outperforming the Porsche is the Nissan GT-R R35. The GT-R is a known supercar killer when tuned properly and the Alpha 12+ Nissan GTR R35 in this video has been tuned to produce over 1200 hp. Can you guess which of these cars wins in an epic rolling race on the Highspeed Oval?

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