12 0-100 km/h calculation

I found a super-easy way to make an estimated 0-100 km/h or 0-60 mph time.
You just have to divide the weight with the power. It works only from about 100 to 620 bhp.

Nissan GT-R: 1740:480= 3,625 s
Nissan GT-R Nismo: 1720:600= 2,86 (s)
Mazda MX-5 2.0 (Mk IV 184ps): 1050:181= 5,8 (s)
Audi S4: 1780:350= 5.0 (s) (bit too much)
Subaru BRZ: 1220:200= 6,1 (s)
Suzuki Swift Sport: 965:140=6,8 (s) (this isn't that good)
Porsche 911 Turbo S (991): 1600:580= 2,75 (s)

It doesn't work with very high-performance cars like Bugattis:

Bugatti Chiron: 2000:1500= 1,33 :D

2y ago by benedekpuskas
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hostboy  2y ago

I think it's best if you add a driver, I usually go by the EU number of 75 kg.

Some manufacturers list 50-55 kg as driver, others have the driver at 90-100 kg


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SpeedKing  2y ago

@FastestLaps BTW what's your view on roll-out with 0-60/0-100 acceleration figures?


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SpeedKing  2y ago

Sounds great in theory but not so much in practice. BTW did that include roll-out? lol


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FastestLaps  2y ago

Aprilia Mille ~260 kg (with rider) / 125 PS = 2 seconds. Not lol