The British edition of Autocar, is known for its tests in which it opposes the biggest competitors in the market. Examples are the comparisons between the Nissan GT-R, Porsche 911 Turbo and Audi R8 V10, BMW 530d and Mercedes E350 CDI and many others.
This time, the British opposes two very different cars – sports sedan BMW M5 and purest athlete Nissan GT-R. The fact is that the cars are very different – one is a large sedan that offers comparatively great comfort, adequate space for luggage and drive to the rear wheels, and the other – sports coupe with four-wheel drive.
Both cars represent peak achievements of their producers, generating capacity of over 500 hp and have cost about £ 70 000. M5 is the most powerful car in the current model range of BMW, and GT-R is the fastest among the models of Nissan.
But who is the better sports car? Disciplines in which both sports cars compete are 5, and the end result – 0: 5 – Drag race (0-100 mph without lunch control) Transmission segment, Braking distance (100-0 mph) Lateral acceleration in cornering and the subjective – “Scent of a car.”