Nissan GT-R Black vs Audi S3 white 0-400

For all lovers of the Drag Race, in this video we can see compete two beautiful car.
The German Audi S3 and Japan's Nissan GT-R will be challenged on a sprint from 0 to 400 meters. As we will see, at the start the Audi does not waste time and part in advance but the Nissan GT-R, despite the delay has a fast start with an acceleration really incredible, as we see in the display then the Audi runs the 400 meters in 11,9 seconds and reaching a speed of 188 km/h, while the Nissan in only 9.47 seconds with the speed of 238 km/h. Now let's see some details of these two magnificent car:
the Audi S3 has an engine 4-cylinder in-line DC in 1984, it develops a power of 300 hp and a top speed of 250 km/h.
The Nissan GT-R instead mounts a V8 engine 3800 CC and develops an output of 549 hp, with the sporty version reaches 600 hp always with a V8 supercharged 3800 CC, and the maximum speed of 315 km/h.
We are confident that both cars are especially modified to achieve such results.
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