It is untouchable! The Volkswagen Golf Mk2 1.233 CV demonstrates in the video that no one coughs on the road or on a drag strip

for months I fell prostrate before the superlative Volkswagen Golf Mk2 1.233 CV prepared by Boba Motoring. These germans created a Golf capable of merendarse prestacionalmente to a Bugatti Veyron. A machine of fantastic legal for the roads, that we didn’t have too much audio-visual material. To end 2015, they have decided to show us video of what this brutal Volkswagen is able to. Enjoy your violence mechanics in road and track acceleration. I assure you that I will not arrepentireis.

This Volkswagen Golf is the sleeper definitive, the outside barely distinguishable from the thousands of Mk2 with preparations light.

From the outside, this Golf passes completely unnoticed: it is black, has a 17-inch wheels and a exhaust of large dimensions, but that is all. Its interior is kept of the number – it was not even a GTI in origin – and only the shift lever sequential could give us some clue of the atomic bomb that hides under the hood. A block of iron from a 1.9 TDI to which has been mounted the head of a GTI 2.0 16v and about which there has been a disproportionate mechanical preparation, that takes its power until the 1.233 CV.

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A gigantic turbocharger, components, internal competition and a gearbox sequential, connected to a system of all-wheel drive permanent type Haldex, and fully adjustable at the will of the driver. turbocharger blowing to 4.4 bars – yes, you read correctly – it is capable of burning wheel at 200 km/h and spraying the stopwatch. It is faster than a Bugatti Veyron, but also is faster than a Koenigsegg Agera RS. Directly laughs in the face of the McLaren P1, LaFerrari and Porsche 918 Spyder.

do Not you believe? Look at the times that mark, certified by GPS RaceLogic:

0 to 100 km/h: 2.6 seconds
100 km/h to 200 km/h: 3,03 seconds
200 km/h to 250 km/h: 2.1 sec.
Quarter mile: 8.9 seconds to 265 km/h
tip Speed: above 380 km/h

That video is so short that it showed her 100 km/h to 200 km/h was recorded in our retinas, and now we demonstrate your achievement on the road, as well as a multitude of passes at full speed, his fourth of a mile in circuit, and a multitude of details of the mechanical configuration. Definitely, a video on Boba Motoring shows us that no one is able of coughing up your Volkswagen Golf, a “classic” of the year 1989 to which all supercars are afraid to see come through the left lane of the Autobahn.

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