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.
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.