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Want to Drive a Bugatti Veyron But Will Never Afford One? Here’s What You Can Do

When the German engineers over at Volkswagen Group started working on a high-speed machine, we’re pretty sure they knew from the very beginning only the few will ever afford owning one. And even if we were to win the lottery, we'd still not be able to buy one since the last Bugatti, the La Finale model was set free the other month. What if there would still be a way to drive it, however?
The 3-day trip equals with a 700 km (434 miles) journey through some of the greatest highways in Europe, including the no speed limit Autobahn 1 photo
Bugatti Veyron’s legacy is much more than just a record setter the automotive industry lived to witness. No, Bugatti is a lot more than just a great hypercar, it’s a beast. While the original version had a top speed of 407.12 km/h (252.97 mph), the Super Sport version of the Veyron was officially recognized by Guinness World Records as the fastest street-legal production car in the world. It was able to reach a staggering top speed of 408.84 km/h (254.04 mph) in a test, two years ago.

The point is, no matter how much we’ve been dreaming of getting our hands on one we got used to the idea it’s never going to happen. Until now that is since we have just heard there’s a luxury driving school that offers an extremely expensive three-day trial taking a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse around the beautiful routes of Germany and Switzerland. The 700 km long journey of your life
The 3-day trip equals with a 700 km (434 miles) journey through some of the greatest highways in Europe, including the no speed limit Autobahn. How about that for a great vacation?

And it’s not only the car that will make your dreams come true, but also the other attractions included in the two-person package. According to The Supercar Kids, the holiday trip includes five-star services such as flying to Stuttgart, limo transfers to the city, overnight at 5 Star Schlosgarten, private guided tours of the Porsche and Mercedes factory museums and many others.

Renting one of the best cars on the planet for three days and spending what is probably every petrolhead’s dream come true won’t come cheap of course. But if you’re planning to save up 64,350 euros ($69,868) for something special, you could go for Global Racing Schools’ soon-to-be-online offer.

 
 
 
 
 

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