The most powerful Toyota Camry against two “charged” Honda

The most powerful Toyota Camry against two “charged” Honda

October 27, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Cars made quarter mile races

Car bloggers from the Throttle House YouTube channel staged drag races at a distance of 402 meters. The Toyota Camry TRD and Honda Accord sedans, equipped with the same engine as the hot hatch, competed with the Honda Civic Type R.

The first rival of the Honda Civic Type R was the Toyota Camry in the TRD version, equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 with 305 horsepower, which is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. This sedan accelerates to “hundreds” in 5.8 seconds. The maximum speed is 240 kilometers per hour.

Under the hood of the Civic Type R hot hatch, a 306-horsepower 2.0 turbo engine is installed, which works in tandem with a six-speed “mechanics”. The hot hatch accelerates to “hundreds” in 5.7 seconds. The maximum speed is 270 kilometers per hour.

During the first race, the Camry TRD started much faster than the opponent, but a few tens of meters before the finish line, the Civic Type R caught up with the rival and eventually bypassed Toyota by almost a whole body. On the next attempt, the bloggers started the race while the cars were moving. But this time, at the very end of the 402-meter track, the hot hatch managed to get ahead.

Further, the rival of the Civic was the Accord, equipped with the same engine as the hot hatch. However, on the sedan, the output of the power plant is 252 horsepower. By analogy with the previous races, at the start the Accord took over, but at the finish line the “charged” hatchback took the lead and was halfway ahead of the pursuer.

In mid-October, bloggers from the carwow channel staged an unusual and at the same time the most expensive drag race in recent years: they pitted a Bentley Continental GT with a W12 engine and a Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge against each other.