In 2004, a BUGGYRA special driven by David Vršecký rewrote the history books with a new speed record. In Dubai, using a close highway for 1-kilometre with a rolling start, officials recorded an average speed of 281.723 kph. But that was not enough for David Vršecký, who added another record in 2008. This time at a Czech airport at Panenský Týnec. His 1-kilometre drive with a standing start recorded a speed of 171.878 kph. In 2010, BUGGYRA added 3 more records on DEKRA testing oval in Germany and then just 3 years later, David Vršecký improved them at the same place even more. Records? 100 kilometres with 185.316 kph, 100 miles with 186.755 kph and 1 hour with 187.518 kph.