While we don’t have a video yet, the image above, which comes from the aftermarket specialist’s Facebook page, shows us the car and its amazing 7.485s at 192.97 MPH run. In case you're wondering, the 0 to 60 mph sprint is completed in 1.5 seconds.
Those of you following the drag racing scene know about the Alpha Omega used to hold the GT-R record, but Extreme Turbo Systems' R35 stole the crown last year with a 7.49s at 189 mph pass.
AMS’ Alpha Omega comes with a new 4-liter block for 2015 and, as you can see, we weren’t kidding when we said we don’t believe the tuner’s claim - they said their aim for the new block is to offer superior reliability with only a small hike in performance. Well, it’s more than obvious the team is now waiting for a response from their rivals, so expect the current “2,000 HP Plus” (2,050 WHP) rating to be increased when necessary.