Wednesday, May 23Wellcome!

Comparison

The first hot-hatch Hyundai i30 N compared in drag with the VW Golf GTI

The first hot-hatch Hyundai i30 N compared in drag with the VW Golf GTI

Comparison, News
In Australia, the race was held in a straight line between the first charged hatchback of Hyundai - i30 N and the hatch-hatch Volkswagen Golf GTI. The arrival was arranged by the publication CarAdvice, on YouTube-channel which published a video from the race. Both models are equipped with two-liter turbo-motors. At Hyundai, the unit produces 275 horsepower, and the Golf GTI - 230. CarAdvice conducted three arrivals. All of them were won by one model. Now the Hyundai i30 N comes with only a manual transmission. Earlier it was reported that in 2019 a hot-hatch will receive a robotic transmission with two clutches.
Battle of 707-strong machines: Jeep Grand Cherokee vs Dodge Hallenger

Battle of 707-strong machines: Jeep Grand Cherokee vs Dodge Hallenger

Comparison, News, Video
The tuning studio Hennessey Performance organized a drag race between the "charged" Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk SUV and the Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody coupe. Both cars are equipped with a 717-horsepower V8 Hellcat engine. Video arrivals are posted on the company's channel on YouTube. Passport data acceleration to 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) for cars are also almost identical: Cherokee requires 3.5 seconds for this, and Challenger - 3.4 seconds. The distance to the distance of a mile (402 meters) cars pass for 10.6 and 10.9 seconds, respectively. However, unlike the Challenger, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is equipped with a four-wheel drive system and a "launcher-control". At the same time, the mass of the SUV is 350 kilograms more than the coupe. From the u...