Even if you have triple the power and all-wheel drive, gravity always wins.
The land-speed record big-rig in a grudge match against the WTCC racer is a race you can't miss.
And the Model X is pretty darn quick, too.
It just did a 7.14-second quarter mile at 212 mph.
At 209 mph, no less.
With a 1.9-liter Volkswagen drivetrain, this little city car can put up some impressive quarter-mile times.
Turbocharged all-wheel drive against V8 displacement. Place your bets
Acura's hybrid supercar may not have the V12 Lamborghini's sound, but in a straight line, it's superior.
Is it the Honda Civic Type R, or the Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport S?
This facelifted Model S just broke the 1/4-mile record for production electric cars with a 10.804-second run.
All-wheel drive isn't everything.
Just because you get it off the line doesn't mean you're in the clear.
Sometimes winning a drag race has nothing to do with power.
Don't go into this with preconceived notions.
Teammates Doug Kalitta and J.R. Todd crossed the finish line neck-and-neck, with Kalitta winning by a .0000 margin.
Maybe Toyota Celicas weren't meant to pack this much power?