Volkswagen Polo – Faster Than An Enzo?

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Here’s a self indulgent clip of a totally insane Mk1 VW Polo.

This once humble Polo has been bulked up with the help of a biturbo VR6 powerplant and 4WD. Taking part in the German Race Wars last month, the Polo set an incredible time of 10.6 seconds.

polo vr6

Compare that time with the mighty Ferrari Enzo. When Road and Track magazine tested one, it could ‘only’ manage a quarter mile time of 11.1 seconds.

polo vr6


VW Polo 1 VR6 Biturbo 4WD Quatermile Marek 10.6 Ge

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Readers Comments

  1. 1. 5th August, 2006 at 06:57 by wullielovesaudis

    amazing!

    engineering at its best! what a combination, lightweight base car, strong power unit, add turbo power, 4wd for traction, and we are offfffffff!!!

    quality find!

  2. 2. 5th August, 2006 at 12:47 by Ben

    it must have been a magician to get a twin turbo vr6 into a tiny mk1 polo. AND 4-wheel drive. still can’t quite believe it.

    this sus it up nicely though…
    Unbe-f**king-lievable!!!

  3. 3. 10th August, 2006 at 21:04 by AJ

    HELL YEAH! Take my rado and do that to it PLEASSSSSSE!

  4. 4. 18th September, 2006 at 13:35 by Damaja

    The damaja’s is faster !! word !

  5. 5. 26th March, 2008 at 19:23 by oliver17491

    yea it does take an magiction to get a twin turbo vr6 engine in as its A 2.0L 16V TURBO

  6. 6. 26th March, 2008 at 19:24 by oliver17491

    just seeen the video and it is a vr6 twin turbo. theres also a 1000bhp 2.0l turbo one same colour. lol

  7. 7. 26th March, 2008 at 20:40 by Mr Right

    I love it when pricks like you try to correct people, but you turn out to be wrong!

    You can’t even spell magician either (even though it’s written above)

    Classic.

    Shouldn’t you be over on the lawnmower forums, irritating people?

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