The Bugatti Veyron has been a benchmark of speed and acceleration ever since it was first released.
Here, a tuned Nissan GT-R takes on the German hypercar at the Papenburg Oval in Germany. The 121-mile track has hosted some of the fastest cars ever made, beginning when it was first inaugurated in 1998.
The GT-R in question has been tuned by a US company called AMS performance, and have developed the engine to produce 1,200bhp. This output figure matches the 1,200bhp produced by the Veyron Super Sport Vitesse.
Incredibly, the tuned Nissan GT-R really gives the Veyron a run for its money as both cars hurtle down the high-speed oval track.
Both cars are at the end of their lifespan, with the Veyron due to be replaced soon by the upcoming Chiron, which has already been spotted testing.
It doesn't stop the speeds that both cars achieve from being impressive, though.