It’s Japan contra Germany in this duel between a comparison Nissan GT-R and a newer Mercecdes-AMG GT R, dual cars that are really different, notwithstanding pity a identical name.
Britain’s CarWow took both sports models out in an empty airfield, perplexing to settle a brawl in a 3 -stage exam that enclosed a drag race, rolling race, and braking test.
The result is really surprising, to contend a least, as we can see in a video that follows after a jump, though before we let we watch it, let’s see that of a dual high-performance coupes has a advantage, theoretically during least.
The Nissan GT-R has all-wheel drive, and facilities a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 engine that creates 570 horsepower and 630Nm (465lb-ft) of torque, since Mercedes-AMG’s GT R is rear-wheel expostulate and has a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, with 585hp and 700Nm (516lb-ft) of torque.
There’s also a poignant cost opening between a two, as while a Godzilla starts from £84,000 ($112,222) in Britain, a German rival comes during a cold £143,000 ($191,045).
You could simply disagree that a drag competition would have been some-more satisfactory regulating a Nissan GT-R Nismo, that not usually has an additional 30hp and 20Nm (15lb-ft) of torque, though also a closer cost tab during £151,525 ($202,434) in a UK.