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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Changing the Classic Beetle into a racing car

Being born from a direct order given by Adolf Hitler to automotive genius Ferdinand Porsche as Germany's 'people car' has been around from the '30s, the Beetle is one of the industry's most loved cars.
Alpera Tulpar is a 500 hp monster beetle with retro-looks. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KoWDsf)
An eccentric modification performed by Alpera Motors home modifications on the classic 1974 VW Beetle. Therefore, the car dubbed as "the Bavarian bugs" was transformed into a grim-looking race car, complete with ferocious power.

As reported by Autoevolution on Monday, April 27, 2015, a modification car called 'Alpera Tulpar' retains a bit of the classic model, but rich in modern touches. However, in general the car was lumpy looking like the New Beetle.
Left side view of Alpera Tulpar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KoWDsf)
Meanwhile, the most obvious classic impression in the stretches design of "nose" and mated with four rows of vents on the lid of the machine. This car is also more attractive thanks to the MacPherson strut suspension pinned.
Rear view of Alpera Tulpar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KoWDsf)
Its taillights also appear eccentric thanks to the installation of one-line slanted lights to represent the car speed. Then the body is built with carbon fiber on the top of monocoque frame of which is equipped with several racing elements. Some of these include the diffuser at the rear, air intakes, and a rear wing similar to the cars in Need For Speed ​​games.
But unfortunately, there is no information about the technical specifications of the engine. However, from the information gathered, the car uses a twin-turbo boxer engine which capable of spraying power up to 500 horse power. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ALPERA MOTORS | AUTOEVOLUTION]
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