For such a bespoke car where customers are allowed to specify virtually every detail, it seems a little trite to release a ‘special edition’ – after all you’re unlikely to see a car park full of Veyrons and need something ‘special’ to stand out from the crowd.
It’s the question that everyone would love to know and it took a collaboration between Germany’s Sport Auto magazine and Lotus Renault GP to find out.
Ettore Bugatti, best known for his racing cars of the 1920s and 1930s, came from a family of well-respected designers – his brother Rembrandt…
Have we reached the end of the road for performance cars, or are we just at the beginning?
Sounds like the driver of the ‘Veyron in the lake’ incident was a genuine enthusiast.
No words can describe the scene, so you’ve just got to take a look for yourself..
Low-flying pelican takes out Veyron. Seriously!
Blame the Bugatti Veyron for yet another 1100 bhp supercar…
When 1100 bhp isn’t enough, then perhaps 1,800 bhp will do..