Now, keep in mind, launch control is not used during the drag race. That is a bit of a shame as it would be nice to see these cars run with the absolute best launch allowed by the hardware/software. Also keep in mind this is a standing kilometer drag race so just over a half mile.
With no launch control and just mashing the pedal the all wheel drive 991 Turbo S gets a distinct advantage out of the hole. The 0-60 times for this reason are misleading as these cars are not using drag rubber or launching as hard as they should be.
The F12 is able to quickly make up the difference between it and the 911 Turbo S and by 100 miles per hour it has reeled in the Porsche and passed it. The F12 has the quickest 0-100 time at 6.5 seconds followed by the SLS at 6.9 and then the 911 Turbo S at 7.1. By 100 miles per hour the power disparity between the cars is showing.
The quickest and fastest car is the F12. It has the fastest 1/4 mile and standing kilometer trap speeds at 134/170 miles per hour respectively. The SLS is the second fastest with a 1/4 mile trap speed of 130 and the kilometer at 161. The 991 Turbo S ties the SLS trap speed in the kilometer but runs a slower 126 in the 1/4 mile despite being quicker as a virtue of its traction advantage.
Clearly, the F12 is the most powerful of the bunch. The SLS is second and then followed by the 991 Turbo S. All of these cars are incredibly quick for stock vehicles and basically 10 second cars (with a proper launch and traction).