The Spectacular 10.400Rpm VW Corrado R Widebody Screamer

One of the coolest Berg-Cup racers ever built

The widebodied Volkswagen Corrado Monster built by Minichberger continued its evolution during last season although raced less regularly. Making use of Minichberger MotorsportĀ“s ultimate spec for the 2.0L Naturally Aspirated base using the mechanics from the old Audi A4 Touring Car it is still a marvelous sounding and quite quick machine.


Owned by Markus Reich, and raced on different events either by Mr. Reich or Hans Petter Eller, this 310Hp/10.400Rpm FWD Machine weighs little over 800Kg, uses a 6-Speed Sequential Gearbox among other goodies, but rumours are that its future may hold something quite different. Perhaps a low Displacement engine fitted with a Turbocharger..who any case it will surely be even quicker and still rev-happy...

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Comments (2)

  • I used to own a Corrado G60, laggy and slow, hated it. Traded for a CBR900RR

      1 month ago
  • That is one amazing machine. To get that many revs out of anything is interesting. Sounds amazing! Didn't seem to be wild at all - well sorted.

      1 month ago


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