We all enjoy the sound of a turbocharger spooling once in awhile, but this 1990s-era Subaru Impreza hillclimb car poses the question: Is there such a thing as too much turbocharging?
Listening to this car on throttle, there's barely any engine sound at all, drowned out over a wave of whooshing and hissing caused by the attached turbo. The engine, according to the uploader at , is a Subaru 2.0-liter flat-four. The only time we're able to hear its signature rumble is under braking when the driver is rev-matching their downshifts.
Of course, all those turbo sounds result in some serious power. According to Hillclimb Monsters, this Impreza is making a massive 450 horsepower in this trim, and it shows. Watch for yourself as it tackles this hill in full-attack mode. And if you like turbo noises, make sure to turn the sound up. You won't be disappointed.