MT Visits the Veyron Factory


"The Bugatti Veyron is like a Nissan GT-R but on LSD."

It takes 14 people one week to hand-assemble a single Bugatti Veyron. Whether you like it or not, the Veyron deserves respect for its craftsmanship, engineering and, above all, its world record for being the world’s fastest street-legal production car. Up until now, we’ve never seen the factory where each of these masterpieces are built, but Motor Trend’s Angus Mackenzie is about to change that on a visit to the Veyron's hometown of Molsheim, France.

Mackenzie tours the factory and the streets of the city where Ettore Bugatti first began building his cars over 100 years ago. The Motor Trend editor-in-chief then heads to Germany to catch a glimpse of the Grand Sport Vitesse as it sets a new production record.

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