Volkswagen put three of its cars on the track: a Golf GTI, a Polo GTI, and an Up! GTI. Three drivers, all with varying backgrounds and skill levels, were then challenged to get the slowest 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) time. Yes, the slowest time. You read that right.
The drivers were Adam Duva Hall, a German television personality who’s new to driving, Nicolas Kiesa, a well-respected Formula 1 driver, and Thomas Hartmann, a German comedian and car collector. Here’s the result:
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