In Weißenburg, the police have recently pulled a lowered Audi A4 from circulation and shut down. The vehicle was noticed with the very present Sport exhaust system in the city of Weißenburg. After the vehicle was stopped, the officers noticed a supposedly non-functioning toggle switch in the footwell of the A4, next to tires wheeling in the wheel arch. The officials have decided to secure the vehicle and to have a technical report prepared in cooperation with the public prosecutor. The result confirmed the conjecture of the officials. The vehicle had installed an unregistered BiTurbo engine and beyond a wrong set chassis.
630 PS at the push of a button in the Audi A4
The inconspicuous switch in the footwell increased the performance to over 630 hp at the touch of a button and the exhaust system was anything but compliant. It received a "dummy catalytic converter" which was installed as a dummy and had a continuous pipe. The filtering of exhaust gases is excluded! In addition, this variant generates in combination with the rest of the exhaust system wild flames at the rear especially when rolling out. The 21-year-old driver is now being prosecuted for various criminal violations (breach of approval, endangerment of road users, tax law, etc.). And the suspicion of consuming narcotic is in the room.
Of course that had not been the case.
tuningblog.eu has a lot of other articles on the subject of auto & tuning in stock. Do you want to see them all? Just click HERE and look around. But also about planned laws, violations, current regulations or on the subject checkpoint we would like to inform you regularly. Everything you can find in the category "Test sites, laws, offenses, information". Following an excerpt of the last information:
"Tuningblog.eu" - we keep you up to date on the subject of car tuning and car styling with our tuning magazine and present you the latest tuned vehicles from all over the world every day. It's best to subscribe to ours Feed and will automatically be informed as soon as there is something new for this post, and of course also to all other contributions.