The Toyota Supra and Nissan R34 GT-R are two of the most admired and famous Japanese cars ever produced. So, what could be better than a battle of exhaust note and acceleration sounds of some of the most insane ones out there. Take a look at the comparison video Car vs Car has produced and let us know which one is your favourite!
The Supra could unleash 320 hp and 315 lb-ft of torque from its monstrous 3.0-litre twin turbocharged inline-six engine. With that much power and a relatively low curb weight compared to its competition, the Supra was one of the fastest cars to come out of Japan in a straight line. Not only was it fast on the straights, but due to well dialed suspension, quality weight distribution and grippy tyres, the Supra could make mincemeat of most corners.
Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R
With a Twin-turbocharged 2.6 L I6 engine and a 6-speed transmission, the R34 was bound to be fast. Due to Japanese car industry norms at the time, the R34 was advertised as having 276 hp but in reality it had well over 330 hp. Not only was it a power car from the factory, when tuners got their hands on these they produced some real screamers, with some reaching 1000 hp.