McLaren 765LT puts the 911 Turbo S in the rearview mirror in drag racing

Electric vehicles may make combustion cars less attractive, but carmakers continue to improve their gasoline engines. They make them more powerful and efficient than ever before, and there are many manufacturers and models offering supercar-level power to the masses. So it's not strange when this top-notch Porsche 911 Turbo S can face dangerous things like the McLaren 765LT, as the new Carwow video shows.  However, this is not a completely fair comparison. The 911 is less powerful and heavy, but churns out all 650 PS (484 kW) and 800 Nm of torque thanks to the all-wheel drive system. The Porsche 6 adopts a 3.8-litre twin-cylinder with horizontally opposite cylinders. Producing 765 hp (570 kW) and 626 lb-ft (850 Nm) of torque from a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, the McLaren spins only the rear wheels. This brings a small advantage to the heavier 911 (300 kg (661 lb)).   Their small advantage is visible in the very first moment of the first race. 911 took the lead from the start. However, with McLaren's added power, you can cross the finish line first and take the lead. The same goes for the second race, where McLaren completed the 1/4 mile in 10.0 seconds. Porsche completed it in 10.2 seconds.  The two rolling races are not surprised by the results, as McLaren eats the 911 alive. This isn't a fight for McLaren's most powerful supercar. The final race is the brake test, which is the only Porsche to win. It stops at a shorter distance than the McLaren, which is a testament to Porsche engineering. The 911 Turbo S may not be a direct competitor to the 765LT, but both deliver similar horsepower. The Lite 911 may be a more serious threat than the McLaren..

Electric vehicles may make combustion cars less attractive, but carmakers continue to improve their gasoline engines. They make them more powerful and efficient than ever before, and there are many manufacturers and models offering supercar-level power to the masses. So it's not strange when this top-notch Porsche 911 Turbo S can face dangerous things like the McLaren 765LT, as the new Carwow video shows.

However, this is not a completely fair comparison. The 911 is less powerful and heavy, but churns out all 650 PS (484 kW) and 800 Nm of torque thanks to the all-wheel drive system. The Porsche 6 adopts a 3.8-litre twin-cylinder with horizontally opposite cylinders. 

Producing 765 hp (570 kW) and 626 lb-ft (850 Nm) of torque from a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, the McLaren spins only the rear wheels. This brings a small advantage to the heavier 911 (300 kg (661 lb)).

Their small advantage is visible in the very first moment of the first race. 911 took the lead from the start. However, with McLaren's added power, you can cross the finish line first and take the lead. The same goes for the second race, where McLaren completed the 1/4 mile in 10.0 seconds. Porsche completed it in 10.2 seconds.

The two rolling races are not surprised by the results, as McLaren eats the 911 alive. This isn't a fight for McLaren's most powerful supercar. The final race is the brake test, which is the only Porsche to win. It stops at a shorter distance than the McLaren, which is a testament to Porsche engineering. The 911 Turbo S may not be a direct competitor to the 765LT, but both deliver similar horsepower. The Lite 911 may be a more serious threat than the McLaren..

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