The arrival of the Nissan GT-R ten years ago brought into question what was actually so super about the old formula at all. Its ballistic performance blew supercars of the day into the weeds, on its way to nibbling at the shins of hypercars. It, along with emissions regulations, forced a rethink of how a new level of fast (and clean) could be achieved.
Fast forward to 2017 and the Auto Express video above, which features the GT-R along with two products of the revolution. Honda NSX v McLaren 540C v Nissan GT-R. Six turbos, three electric motors, but who wins in a drag race? Has the GT-R been put in its place?