This isn't your ordinary Veyron though. They made 30 Super Sports in total, but just one of them wears the unique Pure Blanc name and paintwork, this one. The one-off machine packs 1,200 p and 1,500 Nm (1,106 lb-ft) of torque, tuned out of the famous quad-turbo W16 8.0-liter engine. It's probably worth around three million dollars and the tires alone cost $50,000 to replace after such high-speed runs.
So how fast can a Bugatti Veyron really go? The company launched the Super Sport World Record Edition a few years back and claimed it was limited at 258 mph (415 km/h), though a de-restricted version added another 10mph later. It's amazing to think Bugatti needed the 5.4-mile long Ehra-Lessien testing facility in Germany to push the Veyron to its limit and here they are, these fine folks, doing the same thing on a bumpy road in Idaho.
Bugatti is having a really hard time selling its remaining roster of Veyrons and has already started development of a successor. Some say people have gotten bored of this dated bullet-style design and prefer the exciting new LaFerrari and McLaren P1. But can those cars do 246 miles per hour? We don't think so.