Hockenheim Lap Times

Discussion in 'Car Comparisons' started by ajzahn, Oct 30, 2004.

  1. 1 second slower than the Coupe version to 200km/h.
     
  2. latest additions to the list:

    1:10.9 --- 132.01 km/h - Audi R8 5.2 FSI, 525 PS/ 1660 kg
    1:14.3 --- 125.98 km/h - Porsche Cayman S, 320 PS/1405kg
    1:15.0 --- 124.80 km/h - Audi TT RS, 340 PS/1483 kg
    1:15.8 --- 123.49 km/h - Porsche Panamera S, 400 PS/1884 kg
    1.16.0 --- 123.16 km/h - Nissan 370Z, 331 PS/1543 kg
    1:16.3 --- 122.67 km/h - Maserati Granturismo S, 440 PS/1960 kg
    1:17.6 --- 120.62 km/h - Mercedes E500 Coupe, 387 PS/142 kg
    1:22.4 --- 113.47 km/h - Fiat 500 esseesse, 160 PS/1123 kg

    (sport auto 09/09)
     

  3. dam the cayman s was 1.7 seconds faster than the 370z. thats impressive.
     
  4. It's also costs 36'000 Euros more.
     
  5. and its a porsche
     
  6. For the price of the Cayman you could buy a GT-R.
     
  7. what brick, no heritage at all, just a crapanese car and for 30k less you can get a 370Z
     
  8. i havent seen a cayman pirced at around the gtr.
     
  9. The price varies quite a bit depending on options. R&T tested a Boxster S ~3 years ago and it was $70k USD.
     
  10. o ok gotcha
     
  11. latest additions to the list:

    1:12.4 --- 129.28 km/h - a-works BMW M3, 441 PS/1595 kg (sport auto 10/09)
    1:17.8 --- 120.31 km/h - Opel Insignia OPC, 325 PS/1833 kg (sport auto 10/09)
    1:19.4 --- 117.88 km/h - Renault Clio RS Cup, 201 PS/1240 kg (sport auto 10/09)
    1:21.8 --- 114.43 km/h - Seat Ibiza Cupra, 180 PS/1231 kg (sport auto 10/09)
     
  12. latest additions to the list:

    1:07.2 --- 140.02 km/h - Gumpert Apollo Sport, 700 PS/1458 kg
    1:09.7 --- 134.22 km/h - Wiesmann GT MF5, 507 PS/1421 kg
    1:13.7 --- 127.00 km/h - Porsche Panamera Turbo, 500 PS/2026 kg
    1:14.0 --- 126.49 km/h - Mercedes E63 AMG, 525 PS/1899 kg
    1:15.0 --- 124.80 km/h - Mercedes SL 63 AMG Cabrio, 525 PS/1986 kg
    1:15.7 --- 123.65 km/h - TechArt Magnum, 680 PS/2486 kg
    1:16.7 --- 122.03 km/h - Porsche Cayenne S, 550 PS/2478 kg
    1:20.1 --- 116.85 km/h - Audi Q7 V12 TDI, 500 PS/2706 kg
    1:36.3 --- 97.86 km/h - BMW X6 M, 555 PS/2343 kg

    (sport auto 10/09)
     
  13. #438 ajzahn, Nov 7, 2009
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  14. #439 Tipo F130A, Nov 7, 2009
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  15. when is your car going to arrive?
     
  16. never
     
  17. you are getting the money?
     
  18. most likely
     
  19. are you going to buy a sportcar with that cash?
     
  20. why is the x6m so slow? was it wet?
     
  21. definitely, it must be faster than the Q7
     
  22. Its not just slower, its 16 seconds slower. That is huge. Unless it was a 3 tyre demonstration. I would expect the X6 to be around the E63 in terms of laptime.
     
  23. will pay off my responsebilities and get my wife a shopping kart ;-)
     

  24. Use the money to sue them and get more and then again to get a car for you and your wife and then again and again and again until they end up fired and miserable and imprisoned and raped by their cell mate.

     
  25. latest additions to the list:

    1:09.5 --- 134.65 km/h - Novidem Nissan GT-RS, 585 PS/1784 kg
    1:11.9 --- 130.18 km/h - 2009 Porsche Turbo, 500 PS/1603 kg
    1:14.2 --- 126.15 km/h - Porsche Cayman S, 320 PS/1458 kg
    1:14.5 --- 125.64 km/h - Cadillac CTS-V, 564 PS/1948 kg
    1:14.9 --- 124.97 km/h - TechArt Porsche Cayman GT, 19 inch Michelin Pilot Sport PS2, 320 PS/1426 kg (sport auto 12/09)
    1:15.0 --- 124.80 km/h - Porsche Boxster S, 310 PS/1447 kg
    1:15.8 --- 123.49 km/h - MTM VW Golf GTI DSG, 310 PS/1434 kg
    1:16.2 --- 122.83 km/h - Wendland VW Golf GTI, 280 PS/1376 kg
    1:16.7 --- 122.03 km/h - TechArt Porsche Cayman GT, 20 inch Conti Sport Contact3, 320 PS/1426 kg
    1:18.7 --- 118.93 km/h - BMW 135i Cabrio, 306 PS/1674 kg
    1:19.2 --- 118.18 km/h - Wetterauer VW Golf GTI, 260 PS/1451 kg
    1:19.3 --- 118.03 km/h - Mini John Cooper Works Cabrio, 211 PS/1280 kg

    (sport auto 12/00)
     

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