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Video: World's Worst, Shortest Bugatti Veyron Test Drive

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Some people not only appreciate the perception-bending power of a car like the Bugatti Veyron, but are also able to handle it. This is not one of those people.

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While the background commentary certainly covers the basics, it'd be moved from tragically comical to instant classic if one guy had said, "Yeah, buddy. You definitely belong in a Veyron."

The only person we feel sorry for here is the Toyota driver.

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  1. hope that toyota driver can hire a decent lawyer.
     
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  2. A lawyer? why? is she going to claim whiplash for that?? no i dont think so.
    She's probably dinged it harder getting into a parking space a wallmart.
    However, the dealership, in Chicago btw, have revealed that its a $20,000 repair for the Veyron AND the tit on the test drive decided it was too much car for him as the vehicle is still on sale.
    Maybe they directed him to the Smart car dealership across town.
     
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  3. Simple, is a Idiot Rich man...
    Ignorant with money.
    They don´t deserve this car.
     
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  4. Wow. I especially love how this douchebag had the Veryron in "Top-Speed Mode" for reversing into a busy city street. As twisted as this may sound, seeing this epic failure is pretty damn satisfying.
     
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