Lined up on Edmunds' unique U-Drags course, the corporate cousins tangled in back-to-back battles, switching lanes and drivers between runs. Even before the dust settled, we had a clear winner.
A traditional drag race will tell you which car is faster in a straight line, but true performance is about so much more than that. That's why we invented U-Drags, a short head-to-head race format that tests acceleration, braking and handling. The two cars sprint to the quarter-mile mark, brake hard into a U-turn, then hustle back to the start. After that we switch drivers and lanes and run it again.
See the diagram below to get a picture of how it works and keep scrolling for details on how this U-Drags matchup went down.