Another day, another drag race from Carwow. They're raced a whole lot of vehicles over the years, from trucks to Formula 1 cars. So what have they prepared for this weekend's sprint? Well, it's a little less spicy or unusual than last time, but it's more a family affair.

For this weekend's race, the Carwow crew have lined up some of the finest high-performance cars from the Volkswagen Auto Group. These are the Lamborghini Urus, the Porsche Cayman GT4, the Audi TT RS, and the Volkswagen Golf R. They're all fast, but which of these cousins is the fastest? Let's take a look at the stats of each car.

2022 Volkswagen Golf R US Version Front Angle On Track

Starting with the most affordable car here with the Volkswagen Golf R. Its 2.0-litre, turbocharged four-cylinder engine is good for 315 bhp (235 kilowatts) and 310 pound-feet of torque (420 Newton metres). For this drag race, the Golf R uses the familiar seven-speed dual-clutch transmission instead of a six-speed manual.

Up next is the Audi TT RS with its boosted five-pot mill. The hottest TT produces 400 bhp (298 kilowatts) and 354 pound-feet of torque (480 Newton metres). That's a lot of power to come out from a 2.5-litre engine, while its Quattro all-wheel drive system should give it a good burst at launch.

The second most powerful car here is the Porsche Cayman GT4, but it's not my much compared to the Audi. The mid-engined Porsche has a 4.0-litre, naturally-aspirated flat-six engine that punches out 420 bhp (313 kilowatts) and 310 pound-feet of torque (420 Newton metres). The Cayman GT4 is also the lightest car in this group at 1,395 kilograms (3,075 pounds).

Last but not least, the heavyweight Lamborghini Urus. At 2,199 kilograms (4,848 pounds), the Urus maxes out the tipping scale in this group. However, it compensates by having the more powerful engine here. The 4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8 cranks out 650 bhp (485 kilowatts) and 627 pound-feet of torque (850 Newton metres).

Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 (2019) in the test

There are interesting things to take note of here. The TT RS' torque and traction advantage could help it spring into the lead, while the Cayman GT4's light weight could help it pull ahead from the start. However, the Urus' power could reel in those two in the end. What about the Golf R? Well, it might pull off a surprise or not. Either way, three of the four contenders here are surprisingly closely matched when you factor everything in.