VW Golf MkII by Boba Motoring: Fastest Golf on the Planet


Turbocharged, AWD, and with over 900hp, this is a Golf that manages the quarter-mile in a shade over nine seconds.

German tuning outfit Boba Motoring has unveiled their latest creation they claim is the quickest VW Golf in existence.

Their performance figures make for eye-watering reading: 0-62mph in 2.3 seconds; 0-125mph in 6.0 seconds, and 0-156mph in just 8.27 seconds. Oh yeah, it also manages the quarter mile in 9.08 seconds at 164mph. Thanks to a host of modifications including a billet steel crankshaft, forged pistons, a KR 16-valve cylinder head, steel connecting rods, 4MOTION AWD system and GTX4202R turbocharger, the 1.8-liter engine now churns out a staggering 920hp when running on E85 fuel. You have to see this thing in action. Now.

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