If you are a performance shop, racing is the best way to show your abilities. Levella is a German aftermarket shop with their own line of wheels and parts. Since most supercars for sale are geared for high-speed stability, a traditional quarter-mile race is a waste of time. Half-mile events are popping up across the world. At an undisclosed runway in Europe, Levella gathered ten of their builds for a heads-up shootout. Each driver was masked for maximum intimidation, with identities ranging from President Trump to Iron Man. The list of competitors is impressive, and each car is far from stock. The lineup consisted of Lamborghini’s Huracan and Aventador facing an Audi RS6, VW Golf R, Porsche 991 Turbo S & Panamera, Aston-Martin Vantage, BMW M3, Mercedes-AMG C63 S, and Nissan GT-R.
With engines ranging from four to twelve cylinders, aerodynamics battle against torque on the top end. Before you watch, consider who would win if all cars were stock…
We told you it would be a surprise finish! The differential ratio is what makes or breaks top speed runs, but aftermarket gears are not available for every make and model. Tell us who should have won and stay with us for more racing footage here on Autofluence.
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