A stock 1,001 bhp Bugatti Veyron was pitted against a modified Nissan Juke-R outputting around 700 bhp.

The Nissan Juke-R in its standard form costs around 650,000 USD but the one featured in this video has been tweaked by engineers from Shpilli Villi Engineering in St. Petersburg who were able to increase output of the GT-R's engine from 545 bhp (406 kW) to an impressive 700 bhp (522 kW).

This isn't an "official" Juke-R since up until now only four were made by the RML Group in Northants, United Kingdom. It's probably a proprietary version made specifically for a customer by Shpilli Villi Engineering who are offering four stages of tuning, with up to 1,000+ bhp (746 kW).

This particular version had "only" 700 bhp but it still managed to put up a good fight with a Bugatti Veyron. Thanks to the significantly lower curb weight, the Juke-R had a better start but in the end the Veyron's additional ponies helped the supercar take an extremely close win. The Bugatti's start was far from being impressive, even though launch control was activated (just like on the Juke-R).

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