Showing posts in the category of Bugatti Videos

Flo Rida's New VeyTron Wrap…Likey or No Likey?

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Flo Rida, the rapper, not the 27th state, likes to have his Bugatti Veyron dressed in foil wraps.

Bugatti Veyron 1:1 Scale Wooden Replica Looks Amazing; Costs Only $3,300!

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A workshop in Boyolali, Central Java in Indonesia is grabbing headlines for its beautifully handcrafted wooden replicas, highlighted here by a 1:1 scale version of the Bugatti Veyron.

The Story of Pur Sang, Argentina’s Exclusive Builder of Old Bugattis

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Pur Sang is a company that opened its doors some two decades ago, with the sole purpose of recreating the Bugatti Type 35. Now they make several models of old Bugatti all of which are built using as much period technology as possible, in order for the end product to be as authentic as possible.

Does This Gold Digger Prank Find the Exception that Proves the Rule?

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These so-called “gold digger pranks” posted on YouTube appear to be very popular and that may be because they’re perpetuating stereotypes like “all women are gold diggers.”

See Bugatti Veyron SS Pur Sang Reach 246.4 MPH in Idaho

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Apart from bribing some high officials from Volkswagen in order to drive your Bugatti Veyron Super Sport on the Ehra-Lessien high-speed track in Germany, you will probably never get even close to the top speed of your car (em…assuming you own one).

Look What Happens when a BMW S 1000 RR Races a Bugatti Veyron and a Lamborghini

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Sometimes, we're so enamored with the world of four wheels that we tend to forget that, if it's acceleration you're seeking on land, you can't really beat a proper two-wheel creation, especially once you factor in the acquisition costs.

Live Photos and Video of the Veyron that Honors Rembrandt Bugatti

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The brown (naked carbon fiber) and bronze Bugatti Veyron you see here is one of the brand's special “Legend” models that honor various notable names from the time and family of the brand’s original creator, Ettore.

Dubai Police Get Their Hands on Bugatti Veyron Pursuit Car [w/Video]

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As if the forest of skyscrapers in the desert wasn’t kitschy enough in Dubai, you also have to accept the fact that even the police there is more interested in looking flashy and burning through cash than catching the perps.

Bugatti's New Meo Constantini Legend Model Debuts at Dubai Motor Show

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The third in a series of six limited-edition Bugatti Legends models is dedicated to Meo Constantini, a close friend of company founder Ettore Bugatti, the head of Bugatti factory race team and a two-time winner of the Targa Florio race.

Watch Exotic Supercars, Including Ferrari F50 Driven by a Shirtless Guy, Having Fun in NYC

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The list of cars that got together in this ride in New York is pretty impressive by any standards: a 1,184hp (1,200PS) Bugatti Veyron Super Sport "Pur Blanc", a 513hp (520PS) Ferrari F50, a Nissan GT-R, a Lamborghini Gallardo, a McLaren MP4-12C, a Lamborghini Aventador and probably one or more cars we forgot to mention.

"Tax The Rich" Trailer is Not What You Think it is But You'll Surely Enjoy it

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From the same fire-breathing people that brought us videos of an epic Ferrari F50 burnout showdown and a Rolls Royce Phantom going off-road, comes a trailer that bears the group's strange name "Tax The Rich".

The title of the video doesn't seem to have anything to do with the content, or at least we failed to find a direct relation unless it’s supposed to remind authorities to tax people driving these superb exotic supercars – I know it sounds lame…

EVO Puts Bugatti Veyron GS Vitesse Up Against Pagani Huayra

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The latest video from EVO Magazine is not about exact horsepower numbers, or zero to sixty times, as their latest drive is all about how one feels driving two hypercars in the south of France.

The first contender is the classic hypercar choice, the Bugatti Veyron, in Grand Sport Vitesse guise, and it is driven alongside the first right-hand drive Pagani Huayra, which has just reached its first UK customer.

Watch What It's Like to Drive Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse for 3 Days and 1,000 Miles

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While the Bugatti Veyron is the absolute superlative of car ownership, the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse can only be the…superlative of the superlative. With 1,200PS (compared to “just” 1,001PS in the regular Veyron) and the option of open-top driving, the Vitesse is the fastest roadster in the world, as it can reach 410 km/h (255mph). Furthermore, the massive 8-liter W16 engine catapults the car from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a mere 2.6 seconds.

Cheers! Driver Goes for a Beer After Crashing Rare Bugatti T13 Worth Close to Half a Million Dollars

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What would you do if you happened to crash not any car, but a 1924 Bugatti T13 reportedly costing somewhere north of £250,000 (over US$390,000 / €295,000) during a race? Well, we'll have to assume that most people would check to see if they're okay first, and then start pulling their hair upon looking at the damage they caused to such a rare automobile.

Koenigsegg Agera S Hundra Tries Bugatti Veyron On for Size in Lengthy Video

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These are good times for those wealthy enough to purchase a hypercar, and despite many regions of the world battling it out with an acute state of economic uncertainty, the market still offers up a wide selection to choose from.

For the more discerning and restrained older customer, there is the Bugatti Veyron – the classic choice, while for the more flamboyant (Oriental) buyer there is the 100th car Koenigsegg has ever built, the suggestively-named Agera S Hundra. Well, actually not this particular one, because its gold-laden interior is going to be used by a wealthy Malaysian collector who commissioned it for himself.

Watch the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Set Its Speed Record

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Meet the fastest open-top car in the world – the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. Sure, it may be a familiar shape, but it’s a good shape that was specifically engineered to make it go fast – really fast. In the beginning of April, Chinese racing driver Anthony Liu clocked 408.84 km/h or 255.53 mph at the wheel of the black and orange open-hypercar of sorts, with its top down, of course.

Watch the Bugatti Veyron Tackle Fuji Speedway with Le Mans Winner Seiji Ara Behind the Wheel

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Japanese magazine Motorhead released a video with the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport taking on Japan’s most scenic track, the Fuji Speedway, located at the foothills of Mount Fuji. Driving the 1,001-hp car is 2004 Le Mans winner, Seiji Ara, so expect to see the Veyron driven very fast on a twisty track - something we don’t get to watch very often.

The Veyron is more of a straight-line machine, and its speed records certify that - however, that doesn’t mean it can’t do corners.

Crazy Supercar Ride with Lamborghini Reventon Roadster, Bugatti Veyron Super Sport and More

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Only the rare Lamborghini Reventon Roadster and the 1,200PS (1,180bhp) Bugatti Veyron Super Sport meeting up on the road are a good enough reason for gearheads to celebrate, but in this video clip recorded close to the East Midlands Airport in England, you will discover a few more rarities from the world of superfast cars.

Besides a couple more Lamborghinis, including a Murcielago, there's also a Mercedes-Benz CLK AMG DTM Coupe and a TVR Sagaris – and they're all travelling together on public roads at speeds we assume aren't exactly legal…

Watch a Ferrari F430 Play Around with a Bugatti Veyron 16.4 on a Closed Road

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If there's one thing we never get tired of, it is watching exotic supercars in action, no matter how old they are.

The 458 Italia has long replaced the Ferrari F430, which was built from 2004 through 2009, but Maranello's previous offering in the segment remains an extremely fast car even by today's best standards.

Rare Bugatti EB110 SS Burns Out its Very, Very Expensive Tires

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A few years before the almighty Volkswagen Group came into the picture, the Bugatti brand was brought back to life after nearly four decades of hibernation by Italian entrepreneur Romano Artioli who acquired the rights to the name in 1987.

Four years later, Bugatti presented its first modern day car, the EB110 powered by a 60-valve, quad-turbocharged V12 with 553hp (561PS) turning all four wheels through a six-speed stick shift.