The Pagani Huayra, Bugatti Veyron and the Lamborghini Aventador will have another thing in common (their first commonality is that I can afford neither of them!) very soon. All these three hyper/super cars will be featured in the next Transformers movie. Transformers 4, the next addition to the series, will see these cars transforming from their sleek carbon/titanium/aluminium body shells to angry...
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While we hear that the last of the Bugatti Veyrons are being sold, we also hear that there would be another version coming shortly. We’ll call it the Super Veyron for now and here are the headlines. The Super Veyron will go under a heavy diet and the body would be built mainly with Carbon Fibre. It is supposed to be about 200kgs lighter than the current version. It will continue to use the same...
After the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport’s ‘World’s fastest production car’ record has been stripped off, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse attempted to create a world speed record for convertible cars.
Admit it! You’ve secretly wished to witness the ultimate showdown featuring the low-riding Bugatti Veyron and an unruly, star-reaching speed bump.
So here we have it, thanks to Supercars, Exotics and Imports Hyderabad Facebook page – The Veyon that costs 16 crore rupees a pop may put up with irritants such as poor fuel quality, bumper-to-bumper, clutch-cooking traffic and the curious motorists driving too close for comfort for a money shot, but the Indian speed breaker edges them out to take the crown as its biggest threat – See how the driver has to position the car carefully to negotiate the speed hump!
Fast fact – A set of Veyon tires costs as much as Ford Fiesta Classic!
The Tata Nano, once upon a time the cheapest car in the world, may not have been as successful as Tata Motors hoped for. Controversy was once its byword, politicians, environmentalists and rival car companies had complaints even before it landed in showrooms.
As the Nano waded through controversies, it was met with intense criticism as a handful of Nanos went up in flames. Despite the company reassuring customers of its robustness and offering free checkups and safety tool fitments, the Nano was not a safe car to the eyes of the general public.
Tata has managed to put that ghost to rest, but the aftermath of the disaster is giving the little wonder and its parents sleepless nights.