“Man Made” Series Tells Why Bugatti Veyron Labels It ExpensiveApril 27th, 2010 - 8:22 pm ICT by GD
By Ranjan Bhaduri
New York, Apr 27, (THAINDIAN NEWS) National Geographic Channel’s “Man Made” series showcased one of the most expensive cars of the decade, Bugatti Veyron 2010 16.4 Grand Sport. The Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 is nicknamed as the “Bugatti super car” that was featured in the show which focused to showcase cars which are fast on wheels and luxurious.
Undoubtedly, the Bugatti Veyron was the first choice to be followed by the Audi R8, which is another show stopper in the world of luxurious cars.
The show offered a deep insight into the technology that is being used to carve out a machine like the Bugatti Veyron. The program had a two hours of”Engineers on car” section which depicted with great intensity why Bugatti Veyron is being labeled as one of the most expensive cars of the world. As a matter of fact Bugatti Veyron is tagged sky high at $2million which is a factor that makes all car enthusiasts upset. Nat Geo went ahead to catch the car hitting the brass tracks way out in the roads of France which then goes ahead to narrate the birth story of Bugatti Veyron. It was a sit- straight one hour show that had the master minds taking about it’s rewarding specifications which most readily has its price being labeled at$1,750,000.
The engineers said how the fuel efficiency and economy in this case is a negligible factor to take into consideration when we have a car which races all the way to 250+ mph, with a pull up power of 1000 BHP. What makes Buggati Veyron a champ on the road is a combination of suave looks, mighty engine and superb furl consumption. Not to mention, this car has gone through some great grooming sessions to make sure it can offer stiff competitions to any other car in its genre.
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