We find that, despite its record-breaking top speed, the Veyron can cope with public roads.
Bugatti's open-top Veyron holds a speed record and just about everyone's stare, Cooley's Top 5 cars of 2013 (so far), AWD systems explained, and a look at BMW M3s, then and now.
For its big company sophistication, fastest-in-the-world title, haughty heritage, and now open-air design, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse really is in a class of one.
Bugatti's open-top Veyron holds a speed record and just about everyone's stare; Cooley's Top 5 cars of 2013 (so far); AWD systems explained; and a look at BMW M3s, then and now.
Last month, Anthony Liu put the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse into the record books as the fastest open-top production car, piloting it up to 254 mph. CNET takes a look at the car on the slower roads of Napa, Calif.
The Tesla Roadster may be regarded as the king of electric sprint cars, but a 1965 Volkswagen Beetle, modified to run on batteries, could show it a thing or two.
The BAC Mono is, pound for pound, more powerful than a Bugatti piggin' Veyron. Pound for pound, it's also cheaper by a good £1.5m or so.
Bugatti's parent company, Volkswagen, is pulling the plug on the all-conquering Veyron and has announced a cheaper, slower, uglier replacement known as the 16C Galibier.
Loaded with cash? Can't decide whether to go for the bog-standard Bugatti Veyron or the petrifyingly quick Veyron Super Sports? Life's about to get even more difficult, you poor lamb
Under the watchful eye of the Guinness Book of Records, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sports reclaimed its title as the world's fastest production car.