To deal with the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse’s 1,200 hp and 1106 lb-ft of torque, Bugatti outfitted the hypercar with a trick all-wheel drive system to maximise its grip and to ensure the car can outsprint pretty much anything on four wheels.
Often, all-wheel drive systems make hooning impossible, but thanks to the Veyron’s immense power and torque figures, even all-wheel drive can’t prevent brave owners from doing some ridiculous American-style donuts.
The following Veyron Vitesse is owned by the crew at DutchBugs (be careful how you pronounce that ladies…) and is actually an ultra-rare World Record Car edition, one of just eight units worldwide. It’s rarity and value clearly aren’t a deterrent for the owner to destroy a set of $40,000+ tires however.
With a healthy dose of right foot, the Vitesse can spin up all four tires with absolute ease and is actually capable of performing better donuts than some rear-wheel drive sports cars. Ken Block would be proud.