Grand Sport Simply Rocks

Here's a question: what do you say to the nice police officer after he's pulled you over for speeding (I'd say) while driving a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport? Answer: "Want to go for a test drive, sir?" That right there will eliminate any forced financial contribution you'd be making to your local law enforcement authorities. And while you and Mr. Police Officer are going for a little cruise, you can fill him/her on the details of this one-of-a-kind machine.

Besides the engine, top speed, and horsepower specs, you can brag how the car is also an engineering marvel. VW engineers have tested the clutch to make sure it lasts until at least 100,000 miles. The carbon brakes have been tested in various weather conditions and even the engine, so thoroughly tested as well, will simply not overheat. So, officer, how about tossing out those previous tickets?

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