The 1,500-HP Bugatti Vision GT Had A Lot Of Trouble Leaving Pebble Beach

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Yes, a one-off Bugatti really ran out of gas at a car show.

The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo, one of the most wicked looking Bugattis ever made, had a bit of trouble leaving the Pebble Beach Councours d'Elegance. In this video shot by automotive YouTube star Marchettino we see the Bugatti running out of fuel before its driver tries to gently ease it into a trailer. That's a lot easier said than done, especially when you have 1,500 horsepower on tap and are responsible for a car worth an untold amount of millions. Even the slightest scratch is costly so care is most definitely required in a situation like this.

Watching a car struggle mightily to get up a loading ramp doesn't sound like a ton of fun. But as you know things are different when a Bugatti is involved.

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