Imagine a big, inflexible concrete wall. And now you take place in a VW Golf and hit this wall with a speed of 100 km/h. The result? Just think about it.
But what has this in common with a Bugatti Veyron GS Vitesse? Actually, it is the same feeling in the opposite direction, while the W16-mid-engine with its four turbochargers, each as thick as one's arm, fills its combustion chambers and presses your brain to your skullcap performing a catapult launch.
There is nothing rough comparable – the feeling, when you are on the road with the power of 10 VW Golf with a value of 5 single family houses IS indescribable, every single time. Our direct advice: You have to drive Bugatti Veyron at least once in a lifetime!
The Bugatti Veyron is the right supercar, if..
You want to experience a live speed record holder, which is not only a representative of the sports car class, but also honored to be named "super sports car". With almost 2 million euros probably the most expensive car in the world, the special edition model Vitesse combines the 1200 PS uprated engine as well as the updated vehicle body of the Super Sport with the roadster roof of the Grand Sport.
No other vehicle embodies the highest expectations as much as the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. If you also have the highest expectations, you should drive a Bugatti.
History of the Bugatti Veyron
It was the year 1998, when Volkswagen bought the trademark „Bugatti“. After presenting an amount of different concept cars, the serial construction of the Bugatti Veyron started in 2003.
1001 hp, 16 cylinders, 100l per 100 kilometers on the one hand and 400km/h top speed on the other hand. Theese facts have never been reached in the history of serial car production before.
In the year 2009 Bugatti released the Bugatti Grand Sport, which is the fastest convertible car worldwide. It is able to drive 360 km/h with an opened top.
The last expansion stage for now is called „Super Sport“: 1200 hp and more than 430km/h top speed. It marks the peak in car contruction again. The convertible version of this „tuned“ Veyron is called Grand Sport Vitesse.