Ferrari 488 Pista vs Twin-Engine Corsa with total 1200HP! | DRAG RACE

What’s faster in a drag race… a Ferrari 488 Pista or a Vauxhall Corsa… with two engines? Note: The Moose test was not to official spec, meaning the speeds are higher than official results.

This Ferrari 488 Pista is a £350,000 beauty – one of the best supercars on the market. but, can it beat a Vauxhall Corsa – originally bought for £300 – in a standing quarter-mile drag race?

These guys run the two cars through four challenges: a standing quarter-mile drag race, a rolling quarter-mile, 0-100-0mph acceleration and brake test and finally, our favourite, the Moose Test.

This Vauxhall Corsa has in total 1,200 horsepower and 1,300-Nm of torque. This comes from two, yes two, 2 litre 16v turbo engines. One in the front and one in the back. It has an H pattern 6-speed gearbox and weighs 1250kg.

Adam bought the Corsa for 300 quid, but has spent £50,000 on it over the last ten years. This Ferrari 488 Pista has 710 horsepower and 770 newton-metres of torque. It only has one engine, which is a 3.9 litre twin-turbo V8. It has a 7-speed, dual-clutch paddle-shift gearbox and weighs 1280 kg. With all the bells and whistles, this 488 Pista costs £350,000.

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