Modified VW Golf faster than Bugatti Veyron

The world's fastest VW Golf was unveiled yesterday which was bought for just £50 - but is now quicker than a £1million Bugatti Veyron. Andy Waite, 42, has transformed the rusting heap in a road legal rocket that can scorch from 0-60mph in just 2.5 seconds - 0.1 quicker than the Bugatti - and 0-113mph in 6.6. It can also beat the Veyron over a quarter mile drag race with a blistering time of 10 seconds, around half a second ahead of the world's most expensive supercar. read more at http://swns.com/modified-vw-golf-is-faster-than-a-bugatti-Veyron-101043.html

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Nissan Qashqai R fast as Bugatti Veyron
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