Shotgun in the Veyron Vitesse
One of TG mag's finest adventures over the last 20 years: Africa in the mighty Bug'...
Posted: 04 Oct 2013
"We drive and we capture data," he continues. "Then that night we download the data and sift through it. I write a report and send it to my boss back in Wolfsburg. The team at home will assess my findings and might decide that we need to develop a part, or find something we can optimise."
For an engineer of this calibre, it's a dream project. But it's also a rather odd existence.
"The whole process can take weeks," Jens admits. "So I know my colleagues better than I know my own wife."