Twin Turbo CTS-V vs. 1000HP Supra – Street Hits

July 8th, 2019

Domestic versus Import – it just don’t get no better than that. Everything is on the line when vehicles built within the United States roll out against those built in Japan, Germany, the U.K. and all those other great nations. Tonight’s contest is just such an affair.

Breaking all the rules tonight are a pair of heavily modified imports. The first is a Honda S2000 with a turbocharged 2JZ (Toyota) engine. It is capable of producing 1,200hp. Rolling out to his left is a 1,300hp Nissan GT-R, upgraded with a Boost Logic 1300 turbo system. The Honda is fast, but he can’t hang with the GT-R. In multiple passes, Nissan FTW.

More rule breakers! Taking center stage for the domestic team tonight is a Peral White Cadillac CTS-V. It has been modified with a pair of turbos. Output is estimated at 1,200+hp. On his right is a ProCharged Corvette. Both cars come out of the hole violently. Corvette FTW.

Here we go; the CTS-V is taking on a 1,000hp Toyota Supra. Toyota comes out hard, but the Caddy is too much for him.

A turbocharged Ford Mustang shows up to test the CTS-V, next. Cadillac walks away from him, as well.

Now, a 1,100hp Nissan GT-R rolls on the Caddy. This one is too close for me to call. You have a look.

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