Ever since Tesla came out with the ultra-fast Model S P100D, we've seen it tackle several muscle cars and come out on top, especially over short distances like the 1/4 mile.
This is due to the fact that the all-electric saloon has as much as 920 lb-ft (1,247 Nm) of torque available from the word go, which puts it at a major advantage compared to pretty much any internal combustion powered opponent.
Meanwhile, the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is putting down 650 horses and 650 lb-ft (881 Nm) of torque, and while it's not quite as powerful as the Tesla, it might have a chance while racing from a rolling start.
From a standstill, it's hard for any supercar to keep up with a Model S P100D, unless we're talking about the McLaren 720S, but as you already know, that one is knocking on hypercar territory.
Anyway, despite having rear-wheel drive and a 6-speed manual transmission, this 2017 ZL1 performed really well from a rolling start. To find out whether it was able to beat the Tesla, though, you'll have to watch the video right after the break.