He and many members of the Lemons attended a meeting, so they could all discuss on how to discredit Allinol. The Lemons were using the electric pulse generator that looked like a camera to make the racers blow their engines and crash. This would ensure that all the cars would keep using convention fuel to secure the profits of the whole Lemon organization. He liked this idea.
After Professor Zündapp faced his defeat, Victor and many more members of the lemons showed up. When everyone was finished fighting, Victor Hugo and the remaining Lemons (except for Sir Miles Axlerod, who was the last one arrested at the area of the finish line in London) were arrested by the British Army and police.
Like all the other Lemons, Victor Hugo is a cold-hearted terrorist who would do anything for a quick buck. He is also notorious for being a crime boss and an iron-fisted family leader.
Apparently, he is very sadistic because he loved the idea of discrediting Allinol by using the electromagnetic pulse generator disguised as a camera which would cause the racers to blow their engines, crash, and make sure that every car would keep on using ordinary fuel to secure the profits of the Lemon organization. Victor is also shown to be unfazed by his inability to drive himself as he has his tow truck Ivan to tow him.
Victor is a 1983 Volgar Hugo NG-1. This is a fictional make and model. He is based on a Yugo GL (Zastava Koral), with some adjustments: the logo V on his front grill, and two separate headlights on each side.
His name is also the name of a French author, Victor Hugo, who was known for writing The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Les Misérables.
His license plate reads "PA TRON 93".
Victor, Vladimir Trunkov, and Ivan share the same voice actor, Stanley Townsend.