This Porsche GT2 RS Vs. Lamborghini Centenario Race Is Too Close To Call

by Jared Rosenholtz
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Someone needs to make this drag race happen in real life to see how fast the GT2 RS really is.
The GT2 RS is the most insane road-legal 911 that Porsche has ever built. Not only has this car already set the production car lap record at the Nurburgring, the GT2 RS reportedly reached the highest speed ever recorded at the famous track. While we do know a little bit about how fast the GT2 RS is, we still haven't seen any comparison tests that show off its speed. It will still be a while before the first production cars are delivered, but luckily we have video games like Forza 7 that can give us an accurate idea of how fast the GT2 RS will be.
YouTuber Ericship 111 decided to pit the GT2 RS in a mile-long drag race against the Lamborghini Centenario. The Centernario is an extremely limited edition car with a multi-million dollar price tag, so we doubt that we'd ever get to see this race in real life.

This Porsche GT2 RS Vs. Lamborghini Centenario Race Is Too Close To Call
The 911 and the Centenario are two very different cars. The GT2 RS is powered by a twin-turbo 3.8-liter flat six engine with 690 hp going out to the rear wheels. The Centenario is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 with 740 hp with AWD. Both cars can hit 60 mph in less than three seconds, and we couldn't believe how close the race was between these two cars. In the end, the Porsche was able to edge out the Lamborghini by less than half a second, which shows how amazing this car will be in a straight line.

This Porsche GT2 RS Vs. Lamborghini Centenario Race Is Too Close To Call
This Porsche GT2 RS Vs. Lamborghini Centenario Race Is Too Close To Call
This Porsche GT2 RS Vs. Lamborghini Centenario Race Is Too Close To Call
This Porsche GT2 RS Vs. Lamborghini Centenario Race Is Too Close To Call
This Porsche GT2 RS Vs. Lamborghini Centenario Race Is Too Close To Call
This Porsche GT2 RS Vs. Lamborghini Centenario Race Is Too Close To Call



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by Jared Rosenholtz
This Porsche GT2 RS Vs. Lamborghini Centenario Race Is Too Close To Call