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    Bugatti Veyron 16.4 vs SSC Ultimate Aero

    Italian heat vs American muscle...who will whoop? Bugatti: 1001hp, 253mph (406km/h) top speed, way off the price charts, luxury+refinement=the Veyron. SSC: 1046hp, wind tunnel estimate 273mph (440km/h) top speed, amazingly low $654 000 price, carries a heavily modified Corvette engine, the car weighs only 2640lb (1199kg)! hello SSC!

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    That's the problem though.

    The Veyron has actually done it.
    For now, the SSC is like S7 TT. Just assumptions.

    But I'd take the SSC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F1_Master
    That's the problem though.

    The Veyron has actually done it.
    For now, the SSC is like S7 TT. Just assumptions.

    But I'd take the SSC.
    the s7 tt has been tested by Car and Driver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Canuck
    the s7 tt has been tested by Car and Driver.
    But it didn't go as fast as the Bugatti.

    The SSC Ultimate Aero was tested by R&T (or someone else).
    However, neither S7 TT or SSC broke 250Mph so the top speed is STILL assumption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F1_Master View Post
    That's the problem though.

    The Veyron has actually done it.
    For now, the SSC is like S7 TT. Just assumptions.

    But I'd take the SSC.


    Actually the Veyron never held an officially recognised top speed record. The SSC is the current officially recognised fastest car.
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    I don't care if it was official or not, the Veyron hit 253Mph through many sources.

    But next time, read the date of the post.
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    ill take the bugatti, then sell it. then buy a murcielago and an STI and mod the STI heaps
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteballz
    ill take the bugatti, then sell it. then buy a murcielago and an STI and mod the STI heaps
    I'd do something similar, except I'd buy six houses.

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    Bugatti. Like you said, refinement. Plus, people will know what it is, you'll just be a rich git. With the SSC, you'll be a rich geek.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtek-i
    amazingly low $654 000 price
    meh, im not a good enough driver to really be able to push either car too much, but, yes i want a fast car, but the Bugatti is still ****ing quick! Plus, the Bugatti is a gt car that happens to handle really well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtek-i
    Italian heat
    Bugatti isn't Italian

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    Quote Originally Posted by :Exige:
    Bugatti isn't Italian
    French to be precise

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    bugatti is french say bugatti a couple of times and you will see it is a french word nut case

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    Quote Originally Posted by cullow View Post
    bugatti is french say bugatti a couple of times and you will see it is a french word nut case
    You're right - all you need to do is to say the word a couple of times!

    Oh, wait.

    Except you're wrong. Bugatti, as a name is Italian.
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    newbie nut case pwnage ^^
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