Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Breaks After Hitting Something Unexpected

The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport L’Or Blanc, the only one of its kind in the world, had a unique and strange adventure, during a special and unique event that was held last weekend in Switzerland with the participation of the “Supercar Owners Circle” club.

The challenge was held on the runway at Gstaad Airport, where hay bales were added to the finish line of the race in order to determine the distance that the cars must travel, but the Bugatti car was so fast that it collided with these hay bales and crashed.

Before showing the video, we would like to remind you, dear ArabGT followers, of Suhaib Shasha’s previous test-drive of the Bugatti Chiron, which came to replace Bugatti Veyron, in one episode of Special Coverage program.

Listen to the brakes of the one-off speed legend Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport, L’Or Blanc edition:


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It is clear that the driver of this Bugatti tried to stop his car while it was traveling at tremendous speed by stepping hard on the brakes, which made loud noises, but the distance was too short, which caused the speed legend Veyron to collide.

Of course, we have already talked in the past about the L’Or Blanc version of the Veyron that appeared in 2011 as a special one-off edition, and in the past, this distinctive car had Saudi license plates even though it lives in Europe, rumors back then indicated that Its owner is from the Juffali family, but this car that recently participated in these challenges does not have Saudi plates, which makes us almost certain that it was sold to someone else.

Mechanical Specifications:

This supercar is based on an 8-liter W-shaped 16-cylinder engine with 4 turbochargers producing 1,001 horsepower, and the car accelerates from zero to a speed of 100 km / h in 2.7 seconds, and its top speed is 407 km / h (electronically limited)

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