The brand spanking new Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport (try saying that after you’ve just coughed up the $2.97m it takes to own one) has screamed into history, reclaiming the land speed record for a production car, which it lost to the SSC Aero in 2007. It clocked 431 kmh at Bugatti’s test track in France last week, making the Veyron the fastest thing you can buy out of a showroom for the second time — if you can afford your own private island, that is. Pushing it down the track faster than a Christmas Island-bound asylum seeker was a whopping 882kW engine (twice as much as a Ferrari 599 GTB), with an unbelievable torque of 1500 Newton metres. That means you can’t afford it, can’t touch it, can’t even look at it — and if Matt Preston drove one, even he’d wake up with Megan Fox on his gear lever.
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i would have to agree with WD, its a super car, it should look exctravagant, after all not everone can afford one of these babies.. and that includes me haha
I really like the black and orange, I know it looks crazy, but it's a super-car, it should look crazy. right?
as fast as it is, i still think its an ugly car, especially with this new colour scheme.
give me a koenigsegg anyday.
give me one nowwwwwwwwwwww
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