Yes, you can't hear the Cobra engine roar when the rabbit catches up because he obviously let up on the gas pedal.The guy in the Cobra wasn't really trying that's why he was laughing and why it was posted, I think that's obvious. He lets up off the gas after its clear he's outpaced the VW. C'mon...there is nothing that that car can do against a Cobra. I don't know what mods you could put into it, but give me a break.
HEY! I'll have you know that no one, NO ONE surrenders better than the French. Now, I give up.....the thing that cracks me up are the asshat comments made on youtube videos. yea, american cars are trash. lol and who the hell drives a french car in america lol the only thing the french are good for is grey goose vodka. But when it comes to reliability Japanese cars > anything else.
Why - they're engineering is sound and they produce very strong chassis?i hate vw...
I concur LOL.HEY! I'll have you know that no one, NO ONE surrenders better than the French. Now, I give up.....
No - they'd even run from that game if they thought they were going to loose...... :smoke:the french surrender? i was under the impression that the box between their legs doesnt allow them to even get involved in anything other than a rock paper scissor fight. aside from taht...
ummm... about them rabbits?
No... what would really be entertaining is watching that rabbit hand you your ass and the DUMB expression on your face.Even if that car had that much HP, it'd be dangerous with that little weight under it. There's a fine balance that muscle cars walked with putting a big engine in a light body. That VW looks like an old Chevy Chevette and with that much HP it'd do a funny car explosion. KaBOOOM!
Now that would be entertainment!
there is no way that car weighs 2800 lbs. 2000 TOPS. that being said, it would be very easy to own a cobra if it does have 400hp at 2k lbs...I've seen that car on the VW forums. It's a turbocharged VR6. I *think* they are getting 400-450whp out of it. In a 2800lb car, that's all you need to spank a cobra (or an SRT8).