The adventure we have here comes from Russia, with the EV having battled a 997-generation 911 Turbo and the 991.2-gen Turbo S. And no, the two didn't go for a street racing adventure, so, fortunately, there's no traffic involved.
The first Zuffenhausen machine is a 2007 model, which means this 997.1 Turbo packs an automatic (Porsche didn't use the DSG dual-clutch tranny at the time). Note that the Tiptronic auto usually likes to set off in second gear, so, on occasions, the driver might experience a second-to-first shift as the car notices that the throttle is buried during the takeoff.
The 3.6-liter twin-turbo flat-six of the supercar has been pushed to around 580 horsepower, which happens to be the output of the stock 991.2 model.
Note that you'll find two races of the said machines at the 3:50 point (a troublesome 911 start awaits you here) and at the 5:30 point of the clip below.
Now, speaking of the 991.2 911 Turbo S, the example we have here has left its factory state behind. To be more precise, the twin-turbo 3.8-liter flat-six unit delivers 800 ponies. Of course, the tech side of the machine involves a seven-speed PDK gearbox.
And you can head over to the 10:37 point of the video below to see the gym-visiting Neunelfer duking it out with the Tesla Model S P100D.