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Citroen Saxo VTS ATSpeed Racing Dyno Rolling Road

Made 108bhp at the wheels = 132bhp at the fly. Mods BMC CDA Airfilter, 421 manifold, Decat, Magnex 3" Exhaust


 


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⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩ All the info on this video can be found here ⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩ Follow me on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/alexsmolik Citroen GT (the white car) + Citroen Survolt (the black/green car). The Citroën GT is a concept car that has been developped by Citroën and Polyphony Digital, the studio behind the famous game Gran Turismo. Indeed, this car was meant only for the videogame, but the people liked it so much, Citroën actually BUILT the damn thing! Apparently there were meant to be 6 Citroen GT in the world, for a price of 1,5 million euros. But they didn't commercialize the concept, so I'm leaning rather towards a UNIQUE model (although apparently 6 or 7 were made, but this is the only one we see out there so...). This car has a V8 engine that gives 640 horse power to the beast, giving it the opportunity to reach the speed of 330 km/h. I hope you can hear the engine noise as much as I did in real life = it's really loud !!! The Citroën Survolt (electric car) is also there! ;) This was taken today during the Citroën Creative tour, at the Invalides in Paris (métro invalides). This event will be held until sunday 26th (june 2011). So you still have time to go and see this beast on the road (test drives at 11AM, 2PM and 5PM). Enjoy! ********************************************************* [●] Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/alexsmolik.supercars [●] Visit my website: http://alexsmolik.com/ [●] FlickR: http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexsmolik [●] Twitter: http://twitter.com/alexsmolik ********************************************************* Hope you enjoy! - ALEX





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