GTA 5 DLC NEW Seven70 VS Massacro & More Sports Car Speed Test – Is Seven70 Fastest Sports Car?
GTA 5 DLC NEW Seven70 VS Massacro & More Sports Car Speed Test – Seven70 The New Fastest Sports Car?
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Fastest Sports Cars in GTA 5, showing a complete countdown of the actual top speeds of fully upgraded sportscars measured accurately.
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How Top Speed Values Were Calculated Accurately
Speed = Distance ÷ Time
– Speed is what we’re looking for.
– Distance is exactly 0.2 miles, measured in the content creator from the first checkpoint to the second.
– Time is how long it takes each car to hit the second checkpoint after hitting the first.
Five testing runs were done with each car, keeping as straight a line as possible between the two checkpoints. This section of road was chosen due to it being one of the most flat, straight, and smooth sections of road in the game. All of this ensures the cars are going at their actual top speed throughout the course of travelling between the two checkpoints.
The footage for all five runs was then added into video editing software and analysis was carried out to find, to the frame (1/30th of a second), how long each car took to hit the second checkpoint after hitting the first for each run. The maximum variance in all results for any car was 2 frames (which leads to a maximum standard deviation of 0.25 mph), but the majority were identical. All of these times were then averaged to get a single value for time taken to traverse the distance for each car.
These times and distances were plugged into the standard equation to find the speed of each car, and that value was then rounded to the nearest 0.5 mph (km/h values were also rounded to the nearest 0.5). This was done because that’s what I feel comfortable with reporting, given the variability in testing error, taking averages, distance covered, and frame rate considerations. To attempt to be any more accurate than that is an exercise in futility using this method and would only serve to report what could be incorrect conclusions.
Run 1: 6.000s | Run 2: 6.000s | Run 3: 5.967s | Run 4: 6.000s | Run 5: 6.000s
Average time taken = (6 + 6 + 5.967 + 6 + 6) ÷ 5 = 5.993 seconds
Distance ÷ Time = 0.2 miles ÷ 5.993 seconds = 0.03337 miles per second
60 x 0.03337 miles per second = 2.00220 miles per minute
60 x 2.00220 miles per minute = 120.132 miles per hour
120.132 miles per hour rounded to the nearest 0.5 mph = 120 mph
One thing to point out is that there are a lot of variables when it comes to top speed in GTA Online which could lead to different (and higher) top speeds in various circumstances. This testing has been done to minimise those variables as much as possible and make it repeatable/verifiable. Anybody should be able to repeat this testing on the same track and find the same results. However individuals may find different results if they’re testing in a different way, such as going uphill or downhill, taking advantage of kerb boosting (see here: http://y2u.be/-3J5ZzYzDVA), racing against others, using mods or single player abilities, and even using the left stick too much to correct the steering whilst trying to keep in a straight line. I am simply reporting the actual top speeds of these cars when fully upgraded, on a flat road with no external factors and identical testing methods. All tests were carried out on PS4 (apart from the Blista Compact Racecar & Buffalo Racecar which were done on PC with vsync set to half).
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