Peugeot’s RCZ R vs Nissan’s 370Z Nismo on the Track [VIDEO]
Feb 14, 2014 13:24
AutoExpress decided to pit the 266hp, front wheel drive Peugeot RCZ R against the 350hp, rear wheel driven Nizzan 370Z Nismo. Sounds a bit odd since the two aren't even close in terms of power.
The two sports cars are very different in terms of engines too: the French coupe is powered by a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder mill, the Japanese coupe is motivated by a 3.7-liter naturally-aspirated V6 unit.
But on the lap, the results were very surprising. Check out what that means in the video below:
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