Ferrari 812 Superfast vs Aston Martin DBS Superleggera vs Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye vs Bentley Continental GT Speed

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Category Challenger SRT Hellcat RedeyeContinental GT SpeedDBS812
Max power (ps) 808650725800
Max torque (Nm) 959900900718
Curb weight (kg) 2049227918491728
Power / tonne (ps) 394285392463

Performance

Category Challenger SRT Hellcat RedeyeContinental GT SpeedDBS812
0 - 30 mph 1.7 s1.5 s1.7 s1.2 s
0 - 40 mph 2.5 s2.0 s2.3 s1.7 s
0 - 50 mph 3.3 s2.6 s2.9 s2.3 s
0 - 60 mph 3.8 s3.4 s3.2 s2.8 s
0 - 70 mph 4.8 s4.2 s4.3 s3.4 s
0 - 80 mph 5.8 s5.1 s5.1 s4.1 s
0 - 90 mph 6.8 s6.3 s5.9 s4.9 s
0 - 100 mph 7.4 s7.6 s6.4 s5.8 s
1/4 mile 11.6 s11.5 s11.0 s10.4 s
Top speed 327 kph335 kph340 kph342 kph
Fuel economy 16.8 l/100 km12.8 l/100 km13.5 l/100 km14.8 l/100 km

Summary

Category Challenger SRT Hellcat RedeyeContinental GT SpeedDBS812
Track Performance 0000
Straight line speed 6517397561166
Total 6517397561166

Verdict

812 Superfast is the fastest by a huge margin.

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hostboy  5m ago

The 812 is good for a short, twisty road course only; it's going to absolutely struggle in top-gear mid-range acceleration. The Ferrari 812 Superfast has the weakest torque-to-weight ratio of these four cars while peaking at 7000rpm, but the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera has the strongest (even electronically limited) while peaking at 1800rpm.



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hostboy  5m ago

(([0-100/150mph]+[rollout])/([0-150/200mph]+[rollout]))^.5x[150/200] <- [in this context, / means or, not divided by]

((130/(200/1.609344))^1.5x[0-200km/h time])-([0-60mph]+[rollout])

([0-300km/h]-[0-200km/h])x(120/(200/1.609344))x(180/(300/1.609344)))


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hostboy  5m ago

The F812 is not far out of the league. It just seems that way because the car's race-focused, short-stroke engine enables it to reach its full potential in stock form. The Hellcat V8 and especially the Britsh 12-pots are detuned to remain durable. Unlike many grand tourers, the Ferrari is designed for road courses, as opposed to the Hellcat which is more focused on late-night cruising and drag racing. The Aston and Bentley are meant to be more "gentlemanly" (if that's even a word); they're actually reliable for long-distance spring and summer vacations.

This is one of the rare Excel sheets where I don't mark any bolds under 0-100 because they all are generally traction-limited; all four of these can actually even do 0-100 in less than 3.5sec (even without rollout).

It all comes down to track, driver, atmosphere, and whether PJ1 TrackBite and/or a 1-foot rollout are used or not.

Under the worst circumstances, the Hellcat Redeye can do 0-100km/h in 4.3sec, the DBS Superleggera can do it in 4.1, the GT Speed can do it in 4.0, and the 812 Superfast can do it in 3.7.

Under the best circumstances, the 812 Superfast and GT Speed both can do 0-100km/h in 2.7sec, the DBS Superleggera can do it in 2.8, and the Hellcat Redeye can do it in 3.1.

As a result, the average 0-100 results turn out to be 3.8sec for the Hellcat Redeye, 3.6 for the DBS Superleggera, 3.5 for the GT Speed, and 3.4 for the 812 Superfast.

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