Oof, I don't think very many would make it beyond 100 miles before being wrecked if they did that. Turbo lag and then the sudden rush of power would send the car in a random direction. At least a supercharger gives somewhat linear power output with no real surprises.They should turbocharge it.
My Volvo 850 Turbo wagon (LPT) didn't make any appreciable boost until about 3500-4000 rpm, making it quite slow off the line. I think it also had a maximum output of about 7psi.The fallacy with turbo lag is that any motor with a lot of low end torque won't feel any lag whatsoever as the motor itself is plenty powerful to get it off the line and to the 60 foot mark easy enough, by then the turbos (if sized properly-the bigger you go, the higher rpm it takes to feel the boost) easily pick up the power and it builds very quick. Turbos tend to be more efficient than superchargers are, and usually make more horsepower than a supercharger will. Both types really need to have a forged bottom end to handle the power generated. For street cars, two small turbos work best, for racers, one bigger one is usually used.