What is the point of buying a car that costs more than most peoples' homes and can go speeds that no jurisdiction in the world allows?
Probably has a 'cockpit' so cramped the middle-age tosser who bought it can't fit without making major adjustments to the seating and be shoehorned in by the guy next door...
For what? To show the rest of the folks that he's got more money than sense? That he expects all the women to come flocking to stroke the fenders and demand to get into his pants [ more like his bank account to fleece him ]
total tw*t of the first rank...
[ still, I'd love a go round the backroads in that just to see if it flies ]
Now let me see instant ban, jail time and a nice fat bill for the car, Insurance will already be writing a no pay out letter to the fella....positive side though he'll be getting all the free c*ck and aarse that he desires in the nick for a phone card or two!
Why go on the backroads,the Â´AutobahnsÂ´ in Germany have NO LIMIT or if they do have signs to warn you;However if you ram some Boxhead or anybody up the Arrse youÂ´re really in the sh*t.Having a rearender doing speeds of over 130 kph can cause insurance problems,Â´richtgeschwindikeitÂ´IIRC is the buzzword!
I wonder if the guy who rented him the car has the apropriate insurance??
That's probably cheap for a Veyron.
There was somebody trying ot flog one on eBay for well over a million a while back. ebay binned the auction because they thought it was a wind up - turned out to be genuine.
It is silly money when you can pick up a second hand Carrera GT, a Zonda and a Koeniseggggrggr(?) (for example) for about the same price as one jumped up Volkwagon.