Nissan 2013 GT-R makes use of the 2.3-mile stretch of tarmac this time.
Nissan hasn’t changed the formula on its performance flagship in literally 12 years, but to refresh your memory, there’s a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 under the hood sending power to all four wheels through a six-speed dual-clutch transmission. In 2013 the engine produced 545 horsepower (406 kilowatts), though this particular car isn’t entirely stock. Specific modifications aren’t listed, but according to the video it’s making 620 hp (462 kW).
Accoriding to Johnny Bohmer Proving Grounds and Motor1.com Aerodynamics certainly factor into this run – acceleration falls off dramatically after 190 mph – but the Japanese supercar also appears to run out of gear.