Bugatti Chiron vs Mercedes-AMG G63 Tight London Parking Is a Perfect Fit

You don't have to be a real estate specialist or an automotive aficionado to figure out that parking space is becoming more and more difficult to conquer for those finding themselves behind the wheel in London. So it's no wonder that gear heads in the British capital seem to have developed a fetish for uber-tight parking. In fact, I've brought along a recent example of this, which involves nothing less than a Bugatti and a Mercedes-AMG.
Bugatti Chiron vs. Mercedes-AMG G63 Tight London Parking 5 photos
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Bugatti Chiron vs. Mercedes-AMG G63 London parkingBugatti Chiron vs. Mercedes-AMG G63 London parkingBugatti Chiron vs. Mercedes-AMG G63 London parkingBugatti Chiron vs. Mercedes-AMG G63 London parking
To be more precise, the driver of a Chiron parked his way behind the new G63. Scrap that, "behind" doesn't even come close to describing the situation, which looks more of an attempt to place the tow hook of the G Wagon inside the iconic horseshow grille of the Molhseim machine.

Heck, this parking job might even appeal to those who don't identify as car lovers, simply thanks to the way in which it tingles one's OCD bone.

For one thing, if we look at how the spare wheel fitted to the posterior of the Affalterbach offroader sits just above the nose of the Bug, the idea described above starts to do its thing, at least for those of us who suffer from enjoy a bit of Compulsive Obsessive Disorder.

And yes, the one behind the wheel of the 1,500 hp Bugatti was assisted by a second human, with the help going for the classic hand distance depiction (c'mon, we've all been through this) to vocal instructions.

Oh, and if this kind of shenanigan ends up floating your boat, you might want to see what happens when the front end of a Mercedes-AMG G63, bull bar and all, is used for a parking job that also involves the Lamborghini Centenario - that's right, the stunt we have here also took place on the streets of the British capital.

PS: By the way, that's one appealing spec on the Chiron.

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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