Nissan GT-R beats Tesla Model S Plaid in race. See the video!

The automotive world attracts a large percentage of people, especially if we are talking about more powerful cars, such as racing cars. And, in these, one of the unmistakable characteristics is the roar of the engines. But that, too, could be about to change with the emergence of more and more electric cars.

But there is now a curious video circulating that shows a racing competition between a Nissan GT-R and a Tesla Model S Plaid. But the big winner wasn’t Elon Musk’s electric.

Nissan GT-R beats Tesla Model S Plaid in race

A recent video shows a race between a Nissan GT-R and a Tesla Model S Plaid. This was a very interesting experience to watch, especially as in this type of game we are used to hearing the loud roar of the engines. However, in the video in question we can hear the roar of the powerful car from the Japanese manufacturer contrasting with the silent, but also powerful, electric car from Elon Musk’s company.

Tesla cars need no introduction and quickly became very popular, attractive and desired vehicles for drivers. Specifically the Model S Plaid, which arrived in the middle of last year, offers mega acceleration. And the top-of-the-range version of this range can reach a speed of 320 km/h, while being able to reach 100 km/h in just 1.99 seconds. Of course, all this comes at a price and the Tesla Model S Plaid is worth over $100,000 in the US.

The Nissan GT-R, according to the YouTube channel video Drag Racing and Car Stuff, was modified with mods that increased its performance to over 1,200 horsepower. Thus, the car, which was already without modifications, was very fast, managed to overcome Elon Musk’s electric car. See the video:

As we can see, and more specifically hear, in the video, you can only hear the characteristic roar of the Nissan car.

Some comments left in the video indicate that “the richest man-made electric car in the world” still manages to be defeated by a car with an internal combustion engine.

However, despite not having won, the Model S Plaid, which had no modification, also managed an interesting performance in this race. But the recognition goes above all to the Japanese car.

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