The perfect sleeper? Perhaps, unless the driver of this VW Golf Mk2 decides to suddenly take off, and then, all hell will break loose.
Meet yet another crazy Volkswagen Golf project, based upon the second generation of the car, made from 1983 to 1992.
When it was still new, this compact hatchback wasn’t breaking any speed records, but as it now sits, it’s good for 750 horsepower, according to the description of the video.
The insane output is said to come from a massively tuned turbocharged 1.8-liter 20-valve engine. Elsewhere, the car appears to be stock, and it’s pretty clear that its owner focused solely on power, leaving everything else aside, for now at least.
The tuned Volkswagen Golf Mk2 doesn’t even have a roll cage for extra protection in case things turn bad, and weight loss wasn’t a priority either, given that the rear seat is still in place, and no bucket seats are found at the front.
Heck, even a brake light bulb is burnt, but while it has slim chances of passing inspection, you should see it on the drag strip. Or more likely hear it, so we’ll let you check it out in action, with a final tip: make sure you turn down the volume on those headphones/speakers before hitting play.