Not even a small town’s worth of people will ever own a Bugatti Veyron of any stripe, and it’s no longer being built, but it’s still one of the most important cars of the past two decades. Here, we get to see the quad-turbocharged, W-16 engine being built.
The precision that goes into the build—from the parts specs to the assembly to the final testing—is immense, and partially explains the Veyron’s exorbitant price.
Of course, this is also just carporn of a very cerebral degree, so tune in, turn on, and drop out.
[via Road & Track]