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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Bram Hengeveld, Jul 3, 2011.
Nice if you have a spare million (or two)
Girlies are not included!
I really like the Veyron, it's beautiful, a technological masterpiece, I would love to see one in real life!
No, I am very happy with the Koenigsegg in my garage
I'm sure if you had one of them you'd be fighting the girlies off with a shi**y stick
Even if I had 2 million I would never spend it on a Bugatti BMW M3 / M5 would be more than enough for me
The Veyron in real life is so small and tiny that it can hardly fit in a girl
The Veyron is rubbish...
I would rather have a Hennessey Venom GT 1200* (*The Twin-Turbo 1200hp one) than a Veyron if I had about a million to spend on a car...
I mean, this here is the car right ? The shape of a Lotus Exige with a 1200hp Corvette engine, no assists apart from an adjustable traction control, a H-Pattern Shifter and an awesome sound !
0 – 200 mph 15.9 sec. (Bugatti Veyron = 24.2 sec.) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
But use that on road The Veyron is pure high-tech. I'm sure it's much more driveable.
However, I wouldn't ever spend that much money either on a car like this! I would still buy some kind of car around 100bhp for road use. Those are the best for that purpose. And if I want a racing car, I would buy a Clio cup car or a Seat Leon cup car (or both), apply for a license, hire a team, and have a season or two in one of our local cups. Could be easily done from the Veyron's price
"""The Veyron is pure high-tech. I'm sure it's much more driveable."""
We are race car drivers, not senile old man !
To be honest it was IF I wanted a million dollar car...
I'd take a 1995 Corvette ZR1 and be happy with it
And I'd rather indeed do motorsport instead of having a million dollar car...
I wonder if you can get an Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale for a million. Cause if I had to choose between a Veyron and a 33 Stradale, I'm going for the 33.
Now that is good taste:good: It's my overall favorite car I'm actually looking for a movie called "Un bellissimo novembre" where it starts but I haven't found it yet.
IMO the Veyron is in a special category. I don't look at it as a supercar, nor a luxury car. It's an extraordinary engineering exercise and the complexity of the car is really interesting.
For 2 million I would want more than a straight-line speed car.