Video: 3042-horsepower Volvo 960 Put Up For Auction, But No One Needs It
The owner of a Volvo 960, tuned to an unimaginable 3,042 horsepower, tried to sell the car on eBay. However, the maximum rate for a 1992 sedan reached only $ 12,500 (804,000 rubles), which turned out to be below the reserve price, and the sale did not take place.
The owner managed to achieve huge power due to the installation of a gasoline V8 from Chevrolet, bored to 10.3 liters, a TBS compressor, four XS Power AR70 turbines and a modified fuel injection system. As a result, the engine produces 3042 hp. and 4263 Nm of torque. All power goes to the rear wheels through a reinforced four-speed "automatic".
- The car is drag-ready, so it has a racing-certified fuel tank in the trunk and special semi-slick tires. However, the owner did not provide these speed measurements.
- After all the modifications, the Volvo 960 still has access to regular roads. Among the equipment there is a navigation system, a hidden radar detector (a useful thing for a 3000-horsepower car) and an audio system. However, it is better not to go on a long trip in a sedan: the engine runs only on rare racing gasoline with an octane rating of 116.
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