The Nissan GT-R will always a be a star in the aftermarket scene. It’s been modified over and over again by many different companies, all of them looking to make the quickest car possible. The results of this can be seen at just about any drag event, especially when you head to the GT-R World Cup on February 1-2, 2019.
Autocar wanted to test the GT-R creation from Litchfield. They modified the car both mechanically, cosmetically and electronically, and the result is a freshly styled GT-R that packs 631 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque. Racing against this GT-R was a BMW M5 and the insanely quick Porsche 911 Turbo S. If you’re familiar with the Turbo S, then you know that it’s one of the fastest production cars off of the line.
Each of the cars faces stiff competition in this drag race, especially the M5. But how do they all stack up? Click play below to see which one wins. Is it the modded GT-R? 911 Turbo S? Or the M5 as an underdog.