Watch The Rimac Nevera Go For The Kill Against The Porsche Taycan And The BMW M5

The Nevera makes more power than the Taycan and M5… combined!

The folks at Carwow Pit a Porsche Taycan and a BMW M5 against the Rimac Nevera for a drag race, rolling race, and a brake test

The Rimac Nevera features a quad-motor setup that makes 1,914 HP and 1,741 lb-ft of torque combined

The Porsche Taycan Turbo S comes with two motors that produce 761 HP and 774 lb-ft of twist combined

The BMW M5 Competition makes 625 HP and 553 lb-ft of torque from its 4.4-liter, twin-turbo V-8 engine

The M5 weighs 4,343 lbs, which makes it 397 lbs lighter than the Nevera and 727 lbs lighter than the Taycan

In the drag race, the Nevera came first, followed by the Taycan, and then the M5. They completed the race in 8.7-, 10.2-, and 11.5 seconds, respectively

The Nevera dominated in the rolling race from 31 mph, too. The Porsche and the Bimmer lost by a huge margin

In the second rolling race, the Germans were given a head start as the Croatian sprinted a few seconds later, but the result was still the same

Lastly, there was the brake test wherein the Nevera stopped in the shortest distance, followed by the Taycan and the M5

Swipe up to watch the Nevera obliterate the Taycan and the M5, and to learn the detailed specs of each car

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