Compare the BMW M8 and Competition M2 Competition racing Drag Race is definitely unfair. Of course, the M8 is much heavier but it has much more power and, most importantly, all-wheel drive.
But at the same time, M2 Competition has a chance to win with significantly less power and rear wheel drive. Not get ahead of ourselves and predict a winner without looking first at the numbers. First, BMW M8, with its 4.4-liter Twin-Turbo V8 produces 616 horsepower (459 kW) and 553 lb ft (750 nm) of torque. This power is channeled to all four wheels via 8-speed automatic transmission torque Converter.
On the other hand, M2 is equipped with a inline six turbo 3.0 liter that develops 404 HP (301 kW) and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm) of torque — all this power is sent to rear wheels via a twin clutch automatic transmission.