Twin-Engine Volvo Rat Wagon Doing Burnouts

Not suited to school runs for so many reasons.

Twin-engine cars are weird in the best of circumstances, but this one is actually one of the odder ones. The Volvo wagon not only has two engines, one for the front wheels and one for the back, but both of these engines are also twin charged. The supercharger-turbocharger combination is good for 350 horsepower per engine, although that power is very difficult to use in any twin-engine car. It was built out of pieces found on eBay.

This should probably come as no surprise to anybody, but it is clearly huge fun for the owner, so why not? Here he is using just the back engine for a burnout.

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