We exist to connect buyers and sellers of the world’s most exotic cars, so naturally, we get a million questions about Bugatti and their products. A majority of motoring enthusiasts will never see one in person, let alone have a chance to get behind the wheel. To put that into perspective, champion Floyd “Money” Mayweather has owned at least 6 examples of the Bugatti Veyron.
Ed Bolian’s automotive career has also allowed him to experience the Veyron in person, and I have been lucky enough to drive them to our various duPont REGISTRY Live events. So in a recent upload to his VinWiki page, Ed gives us his thoughts on the 16-Cylinder supercar. Bugatti is wholly-owned by VW, so many people will tell you it shares parts from Audi, Porsche, Bentley, and Lamborghini. If this is true, please enlighten us, because the Veyron is unlike anything else.
Like he mentions in the video, a Bugatti isn’t stressed about anything. It makes massive horsepower and torque in every situation, and the fit & finish is worthy of the price. I’ve driven the Mansory Vincero d’Oro, which was an all-carbon masterpiece.
The Transformers Edition Veyron was the star of last year’s Orange County Auto Show, and it had a temperament of the aristocracy. It would be nice to hear more exhaust while cruising, but 16 cylinders cancel each other out. This makes the dozen cooling fans the loudest noise at idle. Everything component and action of a Bugatti is solid and well thought out. Is it worth the price? Yes and probably more in my book. Tell us your thoughts on meeting your heroes in the comments below and stay with us for more VinWiki videos.