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MG4 XPower Dominates Lamborghini Gallardo And Nissan GT-R in Thrilling Drag Race

Image Source: Car Wow @ YouTube

During the 2023 Goodwood Festival Of Speed, MG introduced its most powerful model to date, the MG4 ‘XPower.’ To showcase its capabilities, Carwow organized a series of drag races pitting the MG4 ‘XPower’ against formidable supercars, including a Lamborghini Gallardo and Nissan GT-R.

The MG4 ‘XPower’ boasts two electric motors that generate a combined 435 horsepower and 600 Nm of torque. This electric vehicle sprints from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 3.8 seconds. As the sole electric vehicle in MG’s current lineup, the MG4 ‘XPower’ is also the heaviest, weighing approximately 1,800 kg.

In the opposing lane, we find the Lamborghini Gallardo, equipped with a naturally aspirated 5.0-liter V10 engine that delivers 520 horsepower and 510 Nm of torque. Power is distributed to all four wheels, and the Gallardo is the lightest among the three cars, tipping the scales at 1,570 kg.

Completing the lineup is the Nissan GT-R R35. This supercar relies on a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 engine, producing 480 horsepower and 588 Nm of torque. Like the other cars, power is sent to all four wheels, and it weighs 1,740 kg.

Curious about the outcome? Watch the video below to see how the MG4 Xpower outperformed these two supercars:

Image Source: Car Wow @ YouTube

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