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9 seconds quarter mile list of production and classic cars.


What production cars can do a quarter (1/4) mile in under 9 seconds? 9 seconds quarter mile production cars list - We have a list of the fastest accelerating production cars that can do a quarter mile 1/4 in 9 seconds and under.

Quarter Mile Christmas TreeThe quarter mile 1/4 has long been a benchmark figure particularly in the USA. Lives have been lost in the pursuit of proving a car and driver have what it takes to complete the quarter mile fastest on the black top. As the decades have past the benchmark for production car acceleration has risen or should we say shrunk. The lower the quarter mile time and the faster the trap speed the bigger the respect, ask Vin Diesel. Select a car to find even more specifications including 0-60mph, 0-100kph, bhp, torque, engine capacity and more.

Note: The quarter mile times and trap speed are estimated using our own special formula which utilises several factors including 100s of officially published car statistics to validate its accuracy. The figures are an estimation and there are many other factors at play which affect a quarter mile time. Including tyre choice, air and track temperature, gear ratios, reaction time to name a few.

The calculations assume that a driver weighing 150 lbs is in the hot seat.

See our Quarter Mile 1/4 and Acceleration Calculator for more details - Car Quarter Mile Calculator.

9 Second Quarter Mile Production Cars List - Figures and Specs



7.47 seconds @ 183.2 mph (294.8 kph)
7.63 seconds @ 179.4 mph (288.7 kph)
7.98 seconds @ 171.4 mph (275.8 kph)
8.06 seconds @ 169.8 mph (273.3 kph)
8.15 seconds @ 168.0 mph (270.4 kph)
8.19 seconds @ 167.1 mph (268.9 kph)
8.27 seconds @ 165.5 mph (266.3 kph)
8.27 seconds @ 165.5 mph (266.3 kph)
8.32 seconds @ 164.4 mph (264.6 kph)
8.35 seconds @ 163.9 mph (263.8 kph)
8.39 seconds @ 163.1 mph (262.5 kph)
8.49 seconds @ 161.2 mph (259.4 kph)
8.52 seconds @ 160.6 mph (258.5 kph)
8.61 seconds @ 159.0 mph (255.9 kph)
8.65 seconds @ 158.1 mph (254.4 kph)
8.68 seconds @ 157.7 mph (253.8 kph)
8.7 seconds @ 157.2 mph (253 kph)
8.76 seconds @ 156.2 mph (251.4 kph)
8.76 seconds @ 156.2 mph (251.4 kph)
8.77 seconds @ 156.0 mph (251.1 kph)
8.78 seconds @ 155.9 mph (250.9 kph)
8.8 seconds @ 155.6 mph (250.4 kph)
8.8 seconds @ 155.4 mph (250.1 kph)
8.82 seconds @ 155.1 mph (249.6 kph)
8.82 seconds @ 155.1 mph (249.6 kph)
8.85 seconds @ 154.5 mph (248.6 kph)
8.87 seconds @ 154.2 mph (248.2 kph)
8.88 seconds @ 154.0 mph (247.8 kph)
8.96 seconds @ 152.8 mph (245.9 kph)
8.99 seconds @ 152.2 mph (244.9 kph)
9.01 seconds @ 151.9 mph (244.5 kph)
9.04 seconds @ 151.3 mph (243.5 kph)
9.08 seconds @ 150.7 mph (242.5 kph)
9.1 seconds @ 150.3 mph (241.9 kph)
9.24 seconds @ 148.0 mph (238.2 kph)
9.26 seconds @ 147.8 mph (237.9 kph)
9.29 seconds @ 147.2 mph (236.9 kph)
9.32 seconds @ 146.9 mph (236.4 kph)
9.32 seconds @ 146.9 mph (236.4 kph)
9.32 seconds @ 146.8 mph (236.3 kph)
9.38 seconds @ 145.8 mph (234.6 kph)
9.41 seconds @ 145.4 mph (234 kph)
9.44 seconds @ 145.0 mph (233.4 kph)
9.49 seconds @ 144.1 mph (231.9 kph)
9.54 seconds @ 143.4 mph (230.8 kph)
9.59 seconds @ 142.7 mph (229.7 kph)
9.64 seconds @ 142.0 mph (228.5 kph)
9.65 seconds @ 141.9 mph (228.4 kph)
9.76 seconds @ 140.2 mph (225.6 kph)
9.8 seconds @ 139.6 mph (224.7 kph)
9.83 seconds @ 139.1 mph (223.9 kph)
9.89 seconds @ 138.3 mph (222.6 kph)
9.92 seconds @ 137.9 mph (221.9 kph)
9.95 seconds @ 137.5 mph (221.3 kph)
9.96 seconds @ 137.3 mph (221 kph)
9.99 seconds @ 137.0 mph (220.5 kph)

Car Figures:

Frazer-Nash Targa Florio 2.0 Cabriolet

Frazer-Nash Targa Florio 2.0 Cabriolet
Top Speed: 114mph
0-60mph: 10.4 s


Porsche 911 GT2 996

Porsche 911 GT2 996
Top Speed: 315.4kph
0-100kph: 3.7 s


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