These days, quarter-mile stretches are more frequently populated by the inconspicuous electric car drone.

Gas-guzzling horses and sports cars used to live here, but EVs are muscling their way in and refusing 

be completely silent. Given that many of the famous combustion muscle cars are on the verge

out, it is logical to predict that electric vehicles like the Tesla Model S will appear in racing events more frequently.

If the most recent video from the Wheels YouTube channel is any indication, 

they could rule drag racing in the years to come. Discover who won the two races

between a Tesla Model S and a Dodge Challenger Scat Pack by reading on.

This video takes place at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Nevada. 

First, we catch sight of a Destroyer Gray Dodge Challenger Scat Pack 1320, which as the name suggests

a street-legal muscle car built for drag racing (the quarter-mile is exactly 1,320 feet in length). 

 This iconic Dodge muscle car packs a 6.4-liter Hemi V8 under its hood and as stock has an output

The opponent for the Dodge Challenger is a red Tesla S that looks like it would be more at home i

 This EV has legitimate “pin you to your seat” power though, as we have seen in other drag racing

The combatants line up in front of an eager crowd before the green light signals the start.