Nissan apparently has a problem. Its 2017 Nissan GT-R is so fast that regular drones are unable to keep up with it. Therefore, the carmaker has unveiled the GT-R Drone, one of the fastest accelerating first-person view (FPV) racing drones in the world.

Just how fast is it? The 0.7 kg drone will accelerate from a standstill to 100 km/h in just 1.3 seconds. This is in part thanks to four propellers mated with 2000 kV XNova motors and a race-spec Sky-Hero quadcopter frame. The drone is custom designed by World Drone Prix Champions, Tornado XBlades Racing.

To test out the GT-R Drone’s capabilities, Nissan decided to unleash its well-known sports car on a purpose-built course at Silverstone, and have the drone attempt to follow it. With a VR38DETT 3.8 litre twin-turbo V6 under the hood providing 565 hp and 633 Nm, the road-going GT-R is looking to put on a strong fight.

Of course, power isn’t the only strongpoint on the new GT-R. Revisions have also been done to improve the car’s aerodynamics and handling. The latter sees the car’s entire body structure being made more rigid, along with suspension tweaks.

Behind the wheel of the car will be Nissan Nismo driver Ricardo Sanchez, while donning the FPV goggles and remote control is 2015 British National Drone Racing champion James Bowles. During the race, it becomes apparent that the drone clearly out accelerates the car. However, the drone has a top speed of just 185 km/h, while the car is capable of hitting 315 km/h. Who wins? You’ll have to watch the video to find out.