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9ff GT9-R specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1329 kg (2930 lbs)
Power / weight 843 ps (831 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 790 Nm (583 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2009
Origin country Germany
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Performance

Top speed 414 kph (257 mph)
0 - 100 kph 2.9 s
0 - 200 kph 7.8 s
0 - 300 kph 15.8 s
Est. 1/8 mile 6.9 s @ 114.3 mph
Est. 1/4 mile 10.4 s @ 147.3 mph
Est. 1/2 mile 15.8 s @ 186.4 mph
Est. 100 - 200 kph 4.9 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph 8.0 s
Est. max acceleration 1.12 g (11 m/s²)

More acceleration times

9ff GT9-R acceleration graph

Powertrain

Engine type flat6 turbo
Displacement 4.0 l (244 ci)
Power 1120 ps (1105 bhp / 824 kw)
Torque 1050 Nm (774 lb-ft)
Power / liter 280 ps (276 hp)
Transmission 6-Speed sequentiell
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive
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S  6y ago

Although it looks like a racing car, it is a road car


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Fangio Man  7y ago

Better 0-300 time than the Veyron!

But it looks like it is very hard to control this thing at those speeds.


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Orenthal_Blitz  8y ago

wow look at the transmission spelling :O
text:6 speed sequintiell
fixed version:6 speed sequential
that should be fixed


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Orenthal_Blitz  8y ago

this is awesome! but it should be from the top 10 fastest cars list aswell....


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SUPER9MAN9  8y ago

W.O.W (I didn't mean World Of Warcraft)


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lws  8y ago

i love this car


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FastestLaps  9y ago

Internet is full of Einsteins. Just let them do their thing :D


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Davy13682  9y ago

God, is this a car website? Then why are all the Einsteins discussing about the laws of physics???


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DeDe  9y ago

Actually the 414 kph is a calculated topspeed. The best so far is 388 km/h, measured at Papenburg, Germany.

Source: http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/2326/papenburghighspeedtest2.jpg


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Davy13682  9y ago

Are you kidding me??? A Porsche that can do 414 kph???


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FastestLaps  9y ago

No. This is not a tuned car by any means.


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hmm  9y ago

Can upload tuned cars?!


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SUPER9MAN9  9y ago

Is this seriosly a road car? It really dosen't look like it!!! Must be fun.


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golf3diesel  10y ago

4 liter turbo flat 6 and 1120 hp..Veyron sucks in that aspect,even the Grandsport.


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Pokinkidinx  10y ago

Looks very crazy for a Porsche, yet I think they will make it with this car because it is nice


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NIN  10y ago

i will give example with my 1962 MZ ES 250 motorcycle:

You will stop it less distance when alone but with a passenger, the weight distribution is probably what is making the bike \"feel\" more balanced. Extra weight will hurt your stopping distances.

Lesser rolling resistance on bike is a factor but no way near as important as the huge advantage of lesser drag.

I know. I was making the point that aerodynamic drag isn\'t the only factor. There are many factors that contribute to drag. I used rolling resistance as an example. I could have used drive-line efficiency since a bike has less parasitic loss in the drive-line compared to a car (going back to golf3diesel\'s example of 200hp car vs 200hp bike). The bike puts more power to the wheel.

Thats not entirely true, sure a heavtyier car could do it faster,, but its also in the type of equipment you use to, No Rolls Royce Phantom is gonna decelerate faster than a C4S at the same speed, even if it is 2800lbs more..

You\'re missing the point. The heavier car will take longer to slow down. That\'s why the heavier car will be \"in front\" of the lighter car (in GT\'s example). Also, in GT\'s example, both cars were identical and GT\'s example stated that the heavier car would NOT decelerate faster. Reread the example GT gave. The heavier car will take longer to slow down which is why it will be \"ahead\" of the lighter car.


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golf3diesel  10y ago

-and about decceleration:i will give example with my 1962 MZ ES 250 motorcycle:i can brake harder when i am alone on the bike,but i have less grip...when i have a passenger i have way more grip when i brake in straightline,but i am sure i can brake in a better distance if i know what i\'m doing when i ride alone.


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golf3diesel  10y ago

Oltcit 1.1(romanian version of citroen Axel) with driver only=150 kmh,Oltcit 1.1 with driver+3 passengers+ 50 kg luggage=146,5-147 kmh(those data are from MANUFACTURER BOOK)..so weight HAS a role in top speed...maybe not huge,like aerodynamics,but it MATTERS...also a japanese 50cc 2 stroke scooter with two persons on it will have a topspeed with about 5kmh less..


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E  10y ago

My mistake yes, for some reason I read that as letting off the clutch, not stepping on it.

You are right, the heavier car will have more momentum and coast for longer.


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gt  10y ago

read before commenting..

and exactly the same car model going


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FastestLaps  10y ago

Bottom line: weight doesn\'t affect top speed at all.

Lesser rolling resistance on bike is a factor but no way near as important as the huge advantage of lesser drag.


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Anonymous.  10y ago

Thats not entirely true, sure a heavtyier car could do it faster,, but its also in the type of equipment you use to, No Rolls Royce Phantom is gonna decelerate faster than a C4S at the same speed, even if it is 2800lbs more..


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NIN  10y ago

you forgot that we're talking about deceleration not acceleration..

Maybe that's why "E" and "NIN" are getting opposite answers.

the lighter car would accelerate faster and then decelerate faster

That's what I figured, too. I hope "E" didn't think I was stating that the car with 4 people would pull ahead of the car with just the driver while accelerating.


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gt  10y ago

you forgot that we're talking about deceleration not acceleration..

the lighter car would accelerate faster and then decelerate faster yes the gravity has effects on the heavier car but at speeds of about 300km/h the heavier car would decelerate slower

just take the keels for example


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NIN  10y ago

I figured the car with 4 people (say going 100mph) has more forward momentum than the one with just the driver. I thought once the power to the wheels is cut (pressing the clutch) the car with 4 people would have greater momentum. (using the example GT gave)

I figured it would be easier to stop an empty shopping cart than a full one so I used the same thinking that a full car would be harder to stop with just drag than an empty one.

I guess I was wrong.


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BumRush  10y ago

Wow, look at all these Einsteins! lol


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E  10y ago

faster as in acceleration, not speed.


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E  10y ago

You\'ve got it backwards. The Lighter car is faster always. F = net force = F(engine) - [F(air drag) + F(road drag)]. The first two terms are the same for both cars. The latter is slightly more for the heavier car, but the difference can be ignored. So F is basically the same. Now there is m (m is NOT weight). m is more for the 4 passenger car. The formula is

F=ma, so a = F/m

m1 = driver, m4 = 4 passengers.

m4 > m1

so

a1 > a4


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NIN  10y ago

That would probably fall under Newton\'s 2nd Law. In simple terms,

550x800m

The car with more mass generates more force to work against drag.


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gt  10y ago

it works the other way around

for example

one car going 300km/h with only the driver on it and exactly the same car model going 300km/h next to it but with four adults on it

if both step on the clutch at the same time the heavier car would penetrate the air more making it ahead of the lighter car..