The legendary supercar/hypercar maker Bugatti has again registered the world’s fastest production car title with a speed of 408.84km/h at the Volkswagen proving ground in Ehra-Lessien in Germany.
If you couldn’t tell before, Bugatti certainly doesn’t like not being the fastest production car manufacturer. As a result a new version of the Veyron was created to attempt a new top speed record. The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse was the car and it was was driven by Chinese driver, Anthony Liu.
Make sure you realise that this car doesn’t have a roof! Imagine 408.84km/h without a roof to shield you from the wind or other things like bugs. We’re thinking a helmet is a must.
If you are indeed in the market for a world record holding car, Bugatti is planning on producing just 8 of the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse to the tune of $2.5million AUD. Oh, and to make it even more special you’ll have the door sill artwork to remind you what it is capable of every time you go for a drive.