Despite launching a decade ago, the Bugatti Veyron is still rightfully regarded as one of the world’s fastest accelerating cars, particularly in Super Sport specification. Similarly, the Nissan GT-R is well-known for its accelerative prowess so in order to test out the brand new Kawasaki H2R superbike, Super Street Magazine organised some rather epic drag races.
The first race shows the brand new supercharged Kawasaki up against a Veyron 16.4 tuned to deliver 1200 hp. While the car obviously has the power advantage, the H2R manages to pump out 300 hp from its 998 cc inline four-cylinder supercharged engine. As a result, it absolutely demolishes the French hypercar in the drag race.
As for the Nissan GT-R featured, it pumps out a crazy 1350 hp so is significantly faster than any standard GT-R. Consequently, it is able to out accelerate the Japanese superbike by clocking a trap speed of 334 km/h compared to the 328 km/h of the Kawasaki!