You need more than just a brochure to convince someone to spend $2.6 million on a supercar. So when Bugatti wanted to tease its upcoming Chiron, the follow-up to its revered Veyron, last year, it had to turn to the special effects wizards at SLGH to fake a CG version for a promo video, because the car didn’t quite…
Take me to the stake, but I'm not a fan of the Bugatti Veyron. I just think the design is a bad pastiche of old and new. But I'm a fan of watching things being carefully made and a fan of strange industrial machinery like the trolley above, used to join the different parts of the car. So satisfying.
The Bugatti Veyron SS is the fastest car in the world. The big bully in the automotive playground. And I just saw it back down from a fight with something even more menacing. What scared this Veyron driver? [Jalopnik]
At first sight, this Lego version of the world's most expensive street car—the Bugatti Veyron—looks like just a nice reproduction. And then you see the video, and realize it's actually an RC car with a 7+R sequential gearbox.