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    LaFerrari vs Bugatti Veyron drag race (VIDEO)

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    New hybrid hypercar Ferrari LaFerrari faces off against the mighty Bugatti Veyron in a viral video LaFerrari vs Bugatti Veyron drag race. 

    If it’s to be believed that these new-age hybrid supercars are really better than the old-fashioned gas guzzlers that preceded them, they have to at least be faster. While the Bugatti Veyron still holds the record for the fastest production car in the world, it takes the old girl a long time and a lot of space to reach that mind-boggling 267mph velocity.

    The Veyron in this particular video isn’t the world record spec car, it’s the lesser 1001hp variant that originally set the 252mph record. Still, that should be enough to see off a pesky Ferrari that uses Prius technology and is only rated at 350km/h, right? Well, it’s not that simple, while the Veyron produces more than the Ferrari’s 963hp from it’s monster 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine, it’s significantly heavier and hence shouldn’t be as accelerative. The LaFerrari only takes around 15 seconds to reach 186mph, while the Veyron should take around 20 seconds.

    Enough theory, check out the video to see which car wins.

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    $15k BMW Bike vs $1m Bugatti Veyron – Who Will Win?

    A clash of the titans. Two worlds go head to head: car vs bike.

    It’s also a clash of prices too: $15k on a BMW S1000RR motorbike, or $1 million on the Bugatti Veyron. Which is the best option?

    As the Bugatti driver highlights, the Veyron has iPod connectivity and is far more comfortable. But does it offer the thrill and excitement the motorbike can, at a fraction of the cost?

    2013-BMW-S1000RR

    But what we really want to know, is which is the fastest?

    Check the video below to find out.

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    Struggling Bugatti Can’t Sell $85Million Worth Of Veyrons

    Struggling Bugatti Can't Sell $85Million Worth Of Veyrons
    There may be trouble brewing with the supercar specialists at Bugatti. The French brand shocked the world with the Veyron when it debuted in 2006, but at eight years old, the hypercar may be getting a little stale to its wealthy clientele. What’s worse, Bugatti insiders say a replacement is still years away.Bugatti planned an initial run of 300 Veyron coupes when it went on sale, but the introduction of the convertible added an extra 150 cars to the docket. Generally, its cars have been built to order, other than some of its show cars. In December, Bugatti confirmed that it had sold its 400th car. Now, there are still about 40 Veyron Grand Sports to find homes for, according to Bloomberg, which amounts to about 62.5 million euros ($85 million) in product.

    See more… autoblog.com

    – DONT MISS: Xzibit’s Rolling In This Bugatti Veyron For Gumball 3000: 

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    Which Is the Best Bugatti Veyron Out Of These 3 Awesome Models?

    The Best Of Bugatti

    The Best Of Bugatti

    The Bugatti Veyron is one of the most insane vehicles ever produced. The first version of the Veyron contained an eight-liter, quad-turbocharged W-16 motor, good for 1,001 horsepower and 922 lb-ft of torque, enough to power an entire village’s worth of Honda Civics. It’s one of the fastest vehicles ever built, and it holds the world records to prove it.

    Sadly, we’ve reached the end of this era of excess. Bugatti will no longer manufacture new versions of the Veyron – once the current stock is gone, they’re done forever. Since we (and the auto community at large) will miss this warp-driven egg, we put together a list of the three coolest variants to ever grace asphalt:

    #3 –Grand Sport L’Or Blanc

    The Bugatti Veyron L’Or Blanc is one of the most visually striking Veyrons on the road (or, probably, sitting in somebody’s garage). Bugatti teamed up with the Royal Porcelain Factory in Berlin to create a single L’Or Blanc, which translates to “white gold.” The porcelain look covers the Bug both in an out, and it makes it look more like an expensive centerpiece than a full-on hypercar.

    Bugatti Veyron L'Or Blanc

    #2 –Jean Bugatti Vitesse Legend Edition

    This is one of the rarer Veyron variants on the market, as only three Legend Editions were made. The whole point of the Legend Edition is to throw back to one of the most sought-after vehicles on the planet, the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic. The body is black, and the interior is covered with beige and brown, both of which are aesthetic homages to the definition of old-school cool. To top it off, the gear lever is finished in rosewood. Fancy.

    Bugatti Veyron Legend Edition

    #1 – Grand Sport Vitesse World Record Car

    If you think a standard Mustang GT Convertible is a fast drop-top, think again. The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse World Record Car is a limited-edition Veyron that celebrates Bugatti’s capture of the world record for the fastest open-top production car. On Volkswagen’s test track in Germany, the Grand Sport Vitesse hit 254.04 miles per hour. And the orange paint gives the vehicle some loudness to match all that speed. Eight models went on sale for about two-and-a-half million bucks each.

    Bugatti Veyron WRC

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