All the boring battery tech has been swapped for a 1000-horsepower supercharged Hellcat V8. Sign us up.
Nearly 300 mph in a car with a license plate. That's outrageous.
Cornering isn't the only thing Miatas are good for.
Even with drag radials, it's tough to keep 3000 horsepower in line.
Because less tire is exactly what the Demon needed.
Anything for that last tenth.
This heavily modified Acura Integra blasted its way to a world record, going from a dead stop to 201.07 mph in a half mile.
Dodge is making Demon buyers sign a special legal agreement. Here's what it says, and why Dodge is going through the effort.
At 255.5 mph, this GT-R, built by English Racing, is now the fastest car ever in the standing half-mile.
With a 79-inch wheelbase and 32 pounds of boost, this '65 Honda microcar is one of the wildest drag cars we've ever seen.
Nascar driver Carl Edwards takes the Land Cruiser to a place it's never been before.
In a world saturated with high-horsepower GT-Rs, this one still manages to get our attention.
Using some math and the Demon's wild specs, we can see the engineering behind that absurd 0-60 sprint.
Whoever owns this ZL1 wasted no time setting it up for the strip.
Even for a drag car, that's absurdly fast.
This Patrol is so fast in the half-mile it rips the passenger door off mid-run.
There's only so much power you can put through an engine before it can't take any more.
Perhaps the first coal-rolling Corvette in the world.
Oh, it also does 0-100 in 6.2 seconds. Wild.
With a 1.9-liter Volkswagen drivetrain, this little city car can put up some impressive quarter-mile times.
With a 1/4 mile trap speed of 167 miles per hour, anything with a license plate will have a hard time touching this snake.
This facelifted Model S just broke the 1/4-mile record for production electric cars with a 10.804-second run.
Thankfully nobody was hurt when this GT-R lost control at the end of a half-mile drag race.
It's a purpose-built bullet car with nothing but a cockpit and a turbocharged Pontiac motor.
All-wheel drive isn't everything.
A helmet, harnesses, and a roll-bar saved these two guys from certain death.