Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse WRC Edition Drifts In The Dirt

Bugatti may have replaced the Veyron with the Chiron, yet the former remains a force to be reckoned with.

Now, most owners don’t really driver their Veyrons that much – and those who do, make sure they stay on the tarmac.

At least most of them; this example, shared on Instragram and Facebook, was taken out of its comfort zone for a small off-road excursion.

It’s not that it was punished too hard – instead, the Veyron stretched its legs a bit and did a couple of drifts, which must have been ridiculously easy to do.

Also Watch: Lamborghini Aventador SV Goes Off-Road At Targa Tasmania Rally

Now, you may have noticed that this is the WRC Edition – but it has nothing to do with the World Rally Championship, as it stands for World Record Edition, a special version celebrating the fact that the Veyron held the world speed record for production cars for quite some time.

Apparently, this Bugatti has been off road before, accompanied by other exquisite, and very expensive, machines such as a LaFerrari, a Countach, a Miura SV and a Bugatti EB110.

 

  • Brent Morrison

    Who cares…. Tesla Roadster will be even more fun.

  • Bash

    Waste!

  • fabri99

    Well, it’s a WRC car after all!

  • rather see this than photos of a car going down Malibu or staying in a Garage.

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