There are loads of great new cars on the market, in fact, it’s quite the mission to try and find a new car that isn’t good because we’re now in the era of great technology with information sharing meaning automakers have great products. In the world of sportscars there are even better components and parts used to make the car good, and that means you have to do some serious research if you’re in the market for one. You can always listen to what your buddies say and take their around-the-braai advice as gospel, but you have to know that their advice is often based on what their friends say, or they have unexplainable brand loyalty to one of the sportscar manufacturers because their granddad’s first car was a Toyota. One way to figure things out is to check the claims from the automaker and compares the stats, but while these can be impressive on paper, these things sometimes don’t translate to the real world. A car can have a claimed 0-100 km/h shunt, but when it comes to the actual testing it may or may not match the claims. This can lead to plenty of arguments at the bar, and that’s why there are YouTube channels dedicated to pitting new model cars against each other in the real world so that fanatics can have proof to back up their arguments when the wang-swinging starts. In this test, we see a trio of great modern sportscars pitted against each other; the new BMW M2, the Toyota GR Supra and one car that we’re sadly not getting in SA, the Nissan Z.
Take a look at the YouTube video that was created to end arguments and comparisons when it comes to a trio of some of the coolest new model rear-wheel drive sports cars. The video shows the cars doing standing-start drag races and also roll races just to make sure that there are no arguments about driver ability and launches and tyres and launch control and all the other excuses used when drag races are lost: 2023 BMW M2 vs Toyota Supra GR vs Nissan Z. Drag and Roll Race | Sam CarLegion
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