March 29, 2007

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 - Where's My Speed Key?

Hey, where's my Speed Key? I wanna go more than 180 miles per hour, dang it!

Here's the most recent look at the astounding Bugatti Veyron 16.4, the world's most expensive street-legal production car. The cost? Try 1.2 million big ones. Yep, that's million...as in 6 zeros...as in the cardinal number equal to 106, plus 200,000!

Holy positive integers, Batman!

In addition to being the world's most expensive production car, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 also boasts the world's fastest acceleration time. This mad puppy can rocket itself (and you) from 0 to 60 in just 2.5 seconds, which barely even gives you enough time to poop your pants! Not that you'd want to, of course - but with acceleration like that, some folks may actually need to! :P

And thanks to the Bugatti Veyron's 1,001 horsepower 8 liter W16 engine (which is basically two V8 engines fused together), its 4 turbochargers and 10 radiators, this little snack cake also glazes the competition with the top speed of any production car in the world. How fast, you ask? How about 253 scrumptiously delicious miles per hour.

Holy MoonPies, Batman!



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4 comments:

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  2. Thanks for stopping by. Nice auto site you have there. Be sure to drop by again!

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    Aaron

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  3. Great review. I especially liked the poop your pants bit. I wasn't expecting it and it make me snort my soda through my nose. That burns!

    You should do more car stuff on here. Keep the humor in the write ups if you do it though. I love reading about cars but some added humor always wins.

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  4. Thanks! I do plan to do more car-related stuff, but bot a whole lot. More along the lines of the exotics and such. High-performance stuff. But as well, I want to feature the highly energy-efficient cars. While I like the high-performance, exotic cars, I think conservation is more important and should play a larger part as well.

    Shine on,
    Aaron

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