World’s fastest Volkswagen Beetle hits 328 kilometers per hour

An extremely modified Volkswagen Beetle has made a new land speed record for the renowned German coupe, recently setting a top speed of 328.195 kmh at the Bonneville Salt Flats located in Utah, United States.

The Beetle LSR is powered by a tuned variation of the R-Line model’s 2.0-litre turbo 4 cylinder engine, including a new turbo battery charger, pistons, camshafts, con rods and cylinder head fine-tunes to produce an incredible 447kW and 571 Newton metres of torque.

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It likewise included reduced suspension, skinny tires on moon disc rims and somewhat tweaked bodywork to help it accomplish the top speed recorded over a flying mile as part of the yearly World of Speed. It likewise has two parachutes installed on its boot to assist slow it down at the other end.

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