Bugatti stereo is built for 250 mph

But what do you listen to?


Bugatti is a name that would never be associated with "ordinary," so it makes perfect sense that the music system for its "Veyron" uber-car would be something special. And they certainly didn't disappoint anyone with the German-made Burmester system that was created specifically to meet the unique needs and design of the Veyron, one of the world's fastest street-legal cars.

Here's why an off-the-shelf stereo from Best Buy wouldn't have done the trick: The Burmeister CD player alone is constructed to operate without a single skip at 250 miles per hour. Sybarites adds that the control panel is designed to be seen at such high speeds without distracting the driver. (We're thankful for this feature in particular.)

Still, we can't help but wonder: What do you listen to at 250 miles per hour?

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