Bugattis, Lamborghinis And A LaFerrari Go Off-Roading!

Some supercars spend most of their lives trapped in garages and rarely see the light of day. However, these exotics aren’t like that.

The video below was recently shared on Instagram and shows a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, Bugatti EB110, Lamborghini Miura SV, Lamborghini Countach and Ferrari LaFerrari doing skids and slides through a forest and on a selection of very slippery, and dirty, terrain.

We’re not sure who the creators of the original clip are but it does seem like something the TaxTheRich YouTube channel would put together.

No matter where the video originates from, we’re big supporters of what it shows, even though these supercars got a little dirty during the filming. Our personal favorites are the EB110 and Miura SV, two absolute icons and both restricted to fewer than 150 examples each.


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  • Six_Tymes

    it looks like fun trashing those cars. although the EB110 as rare as that is, should have been spared. but the owner is apparently a dbag, poor car.

    • LWOAP

      Miura SV, Countach, LaFerrari, and Veyron GSV Are junk? Sure they are.

      • Six_Tymes

        i was kidding, of course. just wanted to see you jump all over me, yet you dont to gor134. the reality is, if anyone is a true car lover, or sports car lover in this case, no one in their right mind does this. these guys are idiots with too much money wasting and ruining good pieces of engineering history.

        • LWOAP

          Well, mission accomplished. You got me.

        • gor134

          They barely drove offroad before drifting on to the road. How is this wasting and ruining good pieces of engineering history or trashing them? The cars did not get damaged in any way. Just because they got a little bit muddy doesn’t mean it’s trashed. It can be cleaned off. Keeping a car locked a way and gathering dust in the garage is trashing a car. These cars are meant to be driven.

    • Matt


    • Bo Hanan

      Read my thoughts exactly.

  • PK

    No just no!!!! Hypercars are not meant for offroading!!!! Leave that to the G Class, Wrangler or Land Rover!!!!

  • gor134

    Ignoring the other comments, I think it’s pretty cool seeing the Bugatti’s AWD being put to use offroad. I never thought I’d see hypercars and supercars offroad, but it looks fun and pretty cool.

  • Blade t

    That’s a crazy video, not sure what to think ….it’s entertaining as a car lover ,but makes you feel a little sick at the same time….lol

  • Silimarina

    Why?What did they want to prove?

  • Tumbi Mtika

    I’m conflicted.

  • pcurve

    I appreciate what this guy is doing. Everybody who buys these cars either leave them parked, drive really slowly around town, or take them to show. He is doing something unique.

  • Rocket

    Entertaining to watch, but so very wrong.

  • JCoop

    They did absolutely nothing that would hurt any of those cars.

    • brn

      Exactly. One could argue that it was technically “off roading” since there were times they weren’t on the road. Some perfectly smooth, yet muddy, trail like circumstances. A little spinout on some grass. That’s it.

      Fun to watch? Sure. Abusing the vehicles? No.

  • I wonder who made that video, I’d like to see more and can’t find the original one. And no it’s not Taxtherich.

    I don’t get the angry comments… are they supposed to sit in a Garage?

  • Vassilis


  • Marcus

    Looks like the work of TaxTheRich100

    • Felix Le Forestier

      I was thinking the same

  • Blade t

    I’ve watched this video a few times ,and every time it gets funnier . The music playing is great….lol

  • casho2015

    Turned it off after 20 seconds because of the annoying music! Just let the engines be heard!

  • Wandering_Spirit

    Interesting exploit!

  • SteersUright

    Cars can be rebuilt. Sport cars, no matter how exotic, were design by passionate engineers to be driven to their incredible limits and enjoyed. Its awesome to see cars of this rarity and caliber driven like, well, cars! Money is a relative game, the owners clearly can afford a full detail post-fun times and this was fun to watch! Wish there was more footage.

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