1500 hp and 1.1 seconds to 100 km/h: look at the very fast Honda CivicMay 22, 2020
The car has already been recorded in the list of the fastest in the world
The P-Racing racing team turned the old Honda Civic coupe into the fastest all-wheel drive car in the world: it takes about 1.1 seconds to accelerate from standstill to 100 km/h and a 1,500-horsepower setting drives it.
The fifth-generation Civic coupe was taken as the basis. In order to increase the output of an in-line 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine, a powerful turbine was installed with a boost pressure of more than four bar. As a result of improvements, the unit produces about 1.5 thousand horsepower. In addition, Civic made four-wheel drive and replaced the box with a four-speed.
As a result, the dragster is able to drive a quarter mile (about 420 meters) in 7.45 seconds, giving out at the finish about 300 kilometers per hour. For comparison, an ordinary Civic eight seconds would not be enough even to develop a speed of 100 kilometers per hour.
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