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The fight for the top athletic in the segment of the potent middle-graders is starting a new round! Audi RS5 (F5) Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupé (C 205) and the brand new one BMW M4 (G82) compete against each other. The trio meets in a first drag race and gives a foretaste of the upcoming race track comparison. The video is from Throttle House and shows the 510 hp BMW M4 Competition G82 against that 450 PS strong Audi RS 5 Coupé and that too 510 PS strong Mercedes-AMG C63s Coupé. BMW and Mercedes start with the classic rear-wheel drive and the Audi with the typical quattro four-wheel drive. Of course, especially at the start, it offers indisputable results Advantages. And you can also see that in the video, where the two rear-wheel drive cars struggle to bring the power to the road. But the newly tuned can Launch Control from the BMW M3 G80 and the M4 G82 perhaps annoy the quattro?
BMW with Launch Control start in second gear
As is well known, M GmbH decided to always have the Launch Control start in second gear since the twin-turbo in-line six-cylinder still has enough power. In order to not applicable a complete shift and maybe the result is one faster sprint time than with a launch in first gear. And then there is the discipline of rolling starts. It shows Throttle House in the second run. By the way: Maximum acceleration from a standing start is available in the sixth generation of the M3 and M4 from summer 2021. Then both models come as All-wheel drive variants with M xDrive and the cards are reshuffled.
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