What a difference a decade makes.
When the Porsche Carrera GT first appeared in 2004, it was one of the most lusted after supercars and an ultimate performance beast. About ten years later, its so-called next-generation appeared in the form of the 918 Spyder. Replacing the 612 horsepower V10 with a 608 hp V8 in addition to two electric motors making 279 horsepower, it shaved a full second off the Carrera GT's acceleration time from 0-60 and added endless modern technology features to make it an unbelievable racing animal.
But what happens when the two ultra-rare generations meet up on a drag strip in Brazil? The 918 has a clear advantage, but will its older brother put up a decent fight? Check out this video for the answer: