Nissan GT-R R32 vs. Bugatti Veyron

We've all heard about how fast and glorious the Bugatti Veyron is, and that it's the fastest car in the world and nothing can touch it. Well, what if I told you that an R32 Nissan Skyline GTR properly modified can beat it from zero to 124 miles per hour? You would probably say no way, that's impossible. How can a car from the late 1980's possibly beat the modern million dollar supercar? Well, with the right modifications to take advantage of the R32's light weight, extremely potent engine, and amazing all-wheel drive system it's totally possible. Known as the "Dreamcrusher", this JUN Skyline is a 9 second quarter mile monster and when running nitrous and race gas it cranks out over 1,000 brake horsepower. Special thanks to Motive DVD for finally bringing us a Veyron killer!

What goes into building a monster that is faster than the Bugatti Veyron? A lot of work, time, patience, and a very deep pocket. Nearly every performance modification possible is done to this R32, except it has a full interior, air conditioning, and complete stereo system. A lot of Veyron owners will quarrel over the fact they have a full interior and the only close competition is always stripped; not the case with this R32.

The team that's responsible for the slaughter of a Veyron is Croydon Racing Developments from Sydney, Australia. Leave it up to the guys down under to make a vehicle of such speed and precision. Just watch how this thing launches, it's amazing! It reminds me of a fly hanging on to the windshield at speed. Just barely gripping due to so much power, it's safe to say the times can be improved with a little suspension tweaking. Finally, a car has arrived that beats the Veyron; and of course it's JDM.

Video content: Nissan Skyline R32 GTR beats Bugatti Veyron

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Source: Tampa Sports Car Examiner

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