Named the best cars for extreme driving

Named the best cars for extreme driving

April 18, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Motorists, of course, after the coronavirus pandemic is over, they will be able to drive their cars again. Drivers who love extreme, intend to storm the racetrack, where you can drive with interest.

Given this, we named the best cars suitable for frisky driving.

Dodge Challenger

 The mere sound of the 3.6-liter “six” of this car with a capacity of 305 hp can cheer you up. In addition, the sports car has an “eight” with a volume of 6.4 liters with a capacity of 485 hp. As a transmission, 6- and 8-speed automatic transmissions are used.

 The machine has excellent handling, which is ensured by an electro-hydraulic steering wheel and independent suspension. For effective braking, the car is equipped with ventilated disc brakes of increased diameter.

Lamborghini Aventador S

 The supercar has a 6.5-liter power unit for 12 cylinders with a return of 740 hp. The car accelerates to 100 km / h in 3 seconds and accelerates as much as possible to 350 km / h.

 The roadster has a tough carbon folding top. The inner area of ​​the roof was lined with Alcantara. The weight of the removable panels is only 6 kg and they fit in the front trunk. Such a body structure does not adversely affect the dynamic performance of the machine.

Ferrari LaFerrari

 Italian cars are simply designed for extreme driving. Take at least this supercar, which has hybrid equipment. Its 6.3-liter V12 gasoline engine works with an electric motor and a set of lithium-ion batteries. The total power of the unit reaches 950 hp. The power plant is paired with a 7-speed “robot” with two clutches.

 Up to 100 km / h, the coupe accelerates in 3 seconds, and the maximum speed is 350 km / h. At the heart of the sports car is a monocoque, created using the technology of “Formula 1″, for the manufacture of all body panels used composite materials.

Porsche 911

 The coupe is equipped with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo 12-cylinder engine with a capacity of 450 hp. To 100 km / h, the Carrera S accelerates in 3.7 seconds, and the Carrera 4S – in 3.6 seconds. The maximum speed is limited to 300 km / h.

 The sports car is equipped with a 10 mm Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) sports suspension with adaptive shock absorbers, carbon-ceramic brakes, and a sports exhaust system with adjustable dampers.

Nissan GT-R Track Edition

 In this variation of a sports car, some of the solutions from the “charged” GT-R Nismo were used, and the engine was borrowed from the Premium version. At the car under the hood is a 565-horsepower 3.8-liter V8 turbocharged engine. Together with the engine runs a sports robotic transmission.

 To cope with the additional load, the manufacturer upgraded the 6-speed “robot”. It should be emphasized that the power unit for the GT-R Track Edition is assembled exclusively by hand.

Ford GT

 Another car focused on extreme driving on autodromes. The car is equipped with a 3.5-liter 6-cylinder biturbo EcoBoost engine with a output of 647 hp. (745 Nm). A car with a similar engine accelerates to the first “hundred” in 3 seconds and accelerates to 347 km / h as much as possible.

 Initially, it was reported that by 2021, only 1,000 copies will be released. But the hype around the model as a result provoked the assembly of additional 350 GT units.

Jaguar F-Type

 Already a standard sports car is equipped with a system that distributes torque, and a variation with a 380-horsepower unit is additionally equipped with adaptive shock absorbers and a limited slip differential.

The engine lineup is represented by three engines: an Ingenium supercharged “four” of 2.0 liters with a capacity of 300 hp, and another 3.0-liter V6 with a capacity of 340 and 380 hp The units are paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission and rear or four-wheel drive.