The Volkswagen Beetle, also known as the Volkswagen Kaffer, has already become a symbol in the automotive world, but this hasn't stopped tuners from modifying it, most often by using Porsche engines. Once again, a new tuned up version of the Volkswagen Beetle has appeared.
This time, the car has received an engine from the Subaru Impreza STi, which outputs 265HP, which is an ideal choice, because it's a boxer engine, just like Porsche. Several other technical modifications have been brought to the car, such as adding a bigger intercooler, a stainless steel intake, a Walbro gas pump, and almost eliminating the exhausts. What's more, the central computer has been reconfigured. All these modifications have enabled this Volkswagen Beetle to output 340HP, which, let's admit, is quite impressive.
As for exterior modifications, the car's height has been lowered, which points out the new Fuchs sport rims. Many chrome elements have been added, such as the front and rear bumpers, the headlight rings, along with the two tone paint job.
Written by Clain Alexandru, webmaster of Custom Cars